Bright, beautiful, a field awash in shades of yellow, row upon row of classic daffodils.
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Washington’s Skagit Valley about an hour’s drive north of Seattle, is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike
to view the fields washed in bright hues of pink, purple, red and yellow as the spring season of flowering blubs gets under way.
Daffodils are up and filling rain drenched fields with rows of nodding trumpet shaped blooms,
the tulips are not far behind.
The 30th Annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival will start soon, April 1st through the 30th,
I wish I were going, but not this season, I’ll be recovering from spine surgery scheduled on the 15th.
No worries though, I have hundreds of images of seasons past, like this one on Beaver-Marsh Road.
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It’s ‘Random 5 Friday,’ over at Nancy’s ‘A Rural Journal.’
Here are my five for today:
(1) I love putting sorghum molasses on toast.
(2) I like my soft boiled eggs to be timed at ‘4 minutes.’
(3) Athletic, no not so much, it’s a bit late I probably never will be.
(4) Bicyclists who don’t follow the rules of the road annoy me, well really, they make me mad!
(5) Grrr, I don’t like price labels that mar the surface of the product you’ve bought trying to get it off.
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Sharing with ‘Random 5 Friday.’
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