Come take a walk with me.
We will pass pretty cottages, landmarks, unique architecture, mountain lakes, and we will even browse through a very delightful shop filled with antiques and artful finds.
Remember the cottage tour before this post?
This is the house next door.
These Black-eyed Susan's were so pretty
A reminder that summer is over and winter is not far away.
Okay, does this make you think of Mayberry, USA?
This gorgeous barn is right in the center of town.
I love cute cottages.
See those chairs on the porch . . .
Another gorgeous house.
This grand fellow flies above the courthouse lawns.
And a close-up of the bandstand.
Summer evenings & live music, perfection :)
This is the screen-door on the book store.
And this is the screen-door on an art gallery next door.
These two doors have got my imagination going
on designing a screen-door for my art barn:)
We cannot stop with just a walk around town,
let's take a hike:)
This was taken from the top of a switchback trail . . .
We hiked down to that valley and picked apples from wild trees.
Then on to a trail through the woods.
Of course after the hike . . .
we had to hike back out.
This gal always gets plenty of exercise when I visit our daughter:)
Enjoying summer before it is a thing of the past.
Now we will leave Enterprise and move on to the town of Joesph, about 6 miles away.
The town of Joseph is beautiful, but quite touristy.
So if Chief Joseph doesn't mind . . .
Let's go shopping:)
You have got to love this cowgirl chandelier.
The top of this dresser is covered in book pages:)
When my granddaughter's saw this they said,
"Mama, that's you"
It does look like our daughter,
could very well have been the pretty girl posing for this statue.
If you are still with me . . .
thank you for tagging along on my little trip
to Northeastern Oregon.
It is a beautiful slice of the USA.
If you ever get the change to visit,
you will not be disappointed.
Until my next post,
I'll just say,
"Stay Happy & Keep Smiling"
Your blogging sister,