A week or so ago we decided to battle the rain and take a trip over to Snoqualmie Falls. It was a gorgeous drive and a stunning walk around the trails to see the falls. We didn't spend a ton of time there but it was nice to get outside after many days inside because of the non stop rain.
Phoebe certainly didn't mind bundling up and exploring. She even let a woman and her two kids pet her which either meant she has gotten a little more used to people or she was desperate to be loved by people outside of her family. Either way, we were all happy. She did some major sniffing and a little climbing on logs that were low enough for her to jump up on.
As we were heading home, I noticed a flower stand on the side of the road so we swirled around and came back. Tulips and daffodils galore! A big bouquet mix was $15 and they were having a special - buy a bouquet and get a dozen tulips for free. Deal! After I picked a bouquet, I was waved over into the flower shed to pick out my dozen. There were easily 20 buckets of tulips in a variety of colors. It was so hard to choose. I settled on a pink variety with ruffled edges. In any other place, like the grocery store, that many flowers would have been $30+ but it was so fun to buy locally and get a much wider variation in colors. With a little trim every few days, they lasted over a week.
The final picture in the grouping was taken to capture our bull friend that reminds us of the long haired bull in Ferdinand (the movie). My cousins introduced us to the film and what a gem! As you may already gather, we are serious animal people and it has been so fun driving along the country road to our RV park while we've been here because there are a handful of farms with cows and over the past couple of weeks we've seen many baby cows popping up throughout the fields. There is one field that we keep a close eye out on and there are four moms and when we arrived there were one or two babies and now there are FOUR! Rain or shine we always roll down our window and wave and squeal at them. They always lift their heads up from chomping on grass or sleeping and turn our way. Their faces almost say "What? What do you need? We're busy."