The snow fell...about 12 to 15 inches of the white stuff in a totally unpredicted snow fall. But it was beautiful! This is about 3 miles away at a farm visible from the road. We headed out to a Parkinson's Disease meeting in Port Angeles 12 miles away and turned back.
This was Friday at the Railroad Bridge Park Trestle on the Olympic Discovery Trail here in Sequim. The sun was out and some of the snow was beginning to melt as the temperature rose. The crunching of tires subsided...a sound I really hadn't heard since moving out of the mountains 7 years ago. Just slushy now.
And then on Saturday we went to the Sequim Lavender Grower's Association Holiday sale at Carrie Blake Park in Sequim to find ducks ice skating on the pond. How fun is that! Today...sunny and nearly all the snow has melted. The temperature got up into the 40s so that little storm is gone. BUT...it's a La Nina year, so...apparently we have much to come. It was nice watching it snow with a cup of tea, but it reminded us why we moved out of the mountains! Hope it's gorgeous where you are!
We went to a performance of the Olympic Theatre Arts today of The Thwarting Of Baron Bollingrew, a holiday play with knights in shining armor, a talking magpie and a fierce dragon confronted by an animal loving knight. Quite fun. The play will run until mid December. OTA Theatre Arts.
I hope you are able to attend a local church or theater performance in your town. A lot of work but a lot of seasonal joy and merriment. We love programs available and see all we can.
Just a reminder...we are having our Cyber Monday 15% off sale until Nov. 30th at Antiques And Teacups with special shipping upgrades for our non US customers.