One of the reasons we moved to Washington was the Riverfront Trail. I never get tired of it, because depending on the time of day and the season it offers different kinds of beauty. Here are some pictures from my walk tonight at sunset paired with some wonderful quotes. If you like the pictures … Continue reading
As some of you might now, the Pot Shop (previously located on 5th Street) moved to a new location – inside Hillermann Nursery and Florist! I love to visit Noreen and see what she’s up to, of course, with the camera in hand For more info, click here.
The more I get to know downtown Washington through the blog, the more I grow to love it. As many tourists remark, Washington offers the amenities of a big city, enveloped in its old-fashioned, small town charm. You live in Washington and the area, but you don’t come downtown too often? Here are 10 reasons … Continue reading
I am not going to lie when I say that it was “Not Just Cut & Dried” on Elm Street that enhanced my love for Washington even more. The first time I entered the store, I was enchanted by the wonderful coffee aroma and the charming personality of the owner, Carolyn McGettigan. Her and I … Continue reading
A popular belief about small towns, that happens to be somewhat true, is that everybody knows everybody. When there is a new person in town, the word quickly spreads around. I was at the downtown Post Office one day, and Danielle gave me Blanche Kern’s business card with the words “You have to meet her! … Continue reading
If you haven’t seen a happy pig, you need to visit the Geisert farm! Located on 4851 Old Hwy 100, just one mile east of Fifth Street, this family-owned farm still operates like in the old days. Naturally raised pigs are free to roam the farmlands of Washington, today, as they did in 1916. Fifth-generation farmer … Continue reading