On Friday Don got off work early, the sun was shining and the temperatures were almost balmy for this time of year. We had planned to drive down on Saturday to Skagit County, about 45 minutes south of Bellingham, to see the daffodils that grow there by the zillions. We had heard that they were at peak bloom and didn't want to miss them. With such nice weather and extra time, and knowing how fickle our weather can be, we decided to take the drive on Friday afternoon.
And we made the right choice. The traffic, once we left town, was less than on a weekend and the sun was glorious on the daffodils. The scent is heavenly as you drive between fields full of blooms. There were even daffodils planted at the intersections of the busy highway.
By Saturday the clouds had come in early and the weather was tending towards rain - so we were glad that we went when we did. The tulips were just beginning to show color - not enough for pictures even, but we will go back another week to see the tulips.
What a gorgeous sight...
Very Pretty!! I love daffodils and always wished they bloomed longer.
Hi, Happy Mosaic Monday and Happy Spring! What a lovely Mosaic picture! Beautiful flowers! Hope you have a wonderful new week!
Wow, how pretty! Love the mosaic.
Darryl and Ruth : )
I'm heading to Mt. Vernon on Wednesday for a tulip crawl. Camera in hand, of course!
Gorgeous bands of yellow daffodils - what a glorious sight!
WOW! Gorgeous. Someplace I'd like to visit! Happy Mosaic Monday!
What a beautiful sight to see! Have a sunshiny week!
HAPPY EASTER!~ Just taking the time to catch up on some of my blogs today. I hope you are well. "HOP" on over and comment to win an antique sterling silver vase on my blog, the drawing isn't until Wed.
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