Here, There and Everywhere…

I’m headed on a new adventure today with my girls. Here are some photos from the road this past week when we visited our son Dan and some other random shots from here, there, and everywhere!

The bridge over the Columbia on I-90 heading East at Vantage.

Friday turned out to be a glorious day in the Pacific Northwest.

The weather gave us lots of hope for future tulip days in April. But in March we always have daffodils popping up to make us smile.

Katie had 16 inches of her hair cut off to send to Locks of Love and she is now a vibrant red head! I’ll give you a sneak peek.

I’ll share the whole look later. As for me my hair is still the same with some grey covered up for now.

Hope you all have a great weekend. I’m not sure when I’ll be posting again because of our whirlwind trip to the Los Angeles area.

13 thoughts on “Here, There and Everywhere…

  1. Hello, love your daughter’s red hair! And the daffodils are so pretty.

    Soon you’ll be heading to Milan, yes? I remember that it is at the same time as my trip to the United States. In fact I’ll be in Seattle and Bellingham on the first leg of my journey – I hope I have good weather such as in these photos.

    Happy trails to you – I look forward to reading all about it.

  2. I’m trying to imagine Katie with red hair. LA Farmers Market is my fave place in LA! Try the gado-gado from the Singapore/Indonesian restaurant there. YUM! The French cafe is great too.
    You are seeing lots of different terrain on your trips.

  3. Yay for Katie! I already love it!

    Beautiful photography with unique perspectives…there’s even one that looks like a local stretch of road right in my corner. Fun!

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