Driving around Sequim I was able to take a few pictures. I love how pretty the countryside there is. Especially the parts that have not become covered with urban sprawl, all big box stores and chain restaurants. My ex in laws settled this town after arriving from Indiana and Pennsylvania in covered wagons. I often wonder what they would think of their old homestead now if they saw what I see as corruption of a once fine landscape of farms and wild open spaces leading to foothills leading to the majestic Olympic Mountains. The mountains remain as strong and beautiful as ever, calling me into their white veiled winter. Following here are some pictures from my day out.
|So much rain that the barn roof is moss green with moss!|
|Glacial rocks? Rock cache?|
|Bush covered in moss.|
|The Olympics looking like the jagged peaks in a child's|
|A green, green farm field in winter's January.|
|The road to the peaks.|
|Brush by the roadside.|