A lone oak tree near Salem, Oregon as we left for our trip
This weekend took us 300 miles north to the town of Port Angeles, Washington on the picturesque Olympic Peninsula where my sister and her husband live on a beautiful farm. Their farm sits in the midst of the Olympic Mountains and a more dramatic setting would be hard to find. The land on which they live has been in my brother-in-law's family for well over a hundred years, having been homesteaded by his Norwegian ancestors and passed on through the generations. I can imagine that when these folks ended up in this magnificent part of our country, it must have reminded them very much of the home they left behind, surrounded by forests, mountains, rivers, and the sea.
Four generations of beautiful women!Nothing out of my kitchen this week but I hope you enjoy these pictures from my weekend at the farm.