It was our first week-end out in the motorhome and Friday morning began with snow! Yes, we could hardly believe it, but by noon time it was seriously clearing and we were headed to Port Townsend for our first women's RV group outing.
As we had registered a bit late, we were put in a site a bit away from the rest of the group. Now who could complain about this outlook? It was just lovely.
We basically were facing east but with views further west and north. Fabulous (but cold)
You might say we are sun-starved. We just loved it! In between photo taking we had a tour of a local artisan cheese factory, our book group met to discuss our book this month, "Lost in Shangri-La" by Zuckoff. [It was OK - non-fiction, WWII, New Guinea] and had a workshop on Reflexology. Interesting. Saturday night was a potluck supper and afterwards, many card and board games. Sunday most of the folks left for home, but we enjoyed another day.
Lunch in town, wandering the shops, delightful!
And then this morning, we cleaned up and headed home on another glorious, sunny morning. Ah the northwest is a pretty place, for sure,
And to make the day complete, our newest granddaughter was born this morning, Lillian Marya, "Lily". Off to meet her tonight. It doesn't get much better than this.