Sunday, April 4, 2010

Our Last Week in Wenatchee

Spring is finally here! Arrowleaf Balsam has sprouted all over the hills. We wanted to take a few last drives around the Wenatchee Valley area before we head off to Montana for the summer, and we have been rewarded with some lovely sights!

We drove up to Lake Wenatchee where it was beautiful but cold. Here is granddaughter Natalie hiking around on the big boulders near the water.

I think this is an exquisite picture of Lake Wenatchee.

Two cheerful cooks at the Lighthouse Christian Ministries, Joe and Roy. They can put out a great meal! We celebrated Easter here in the afternoon, following our regular church in the morning.

This shot almost looks like autumn, but is really spring, with the trees just beginning to leaf out. We took this picture at Lincoln Rock State Park.

1 comment:

Forry and Char said...

I miss seeing the Arrowleaf Balsamroot -- it doesn't seem to grow here in southern California1 The hills around Spokane were always covered with it and lupine. Along with the red-winged blackbirds, it told you Spring had definitely arrived!