Hello Fellowship friends! I was MIA for the past weekend as I took a roadtrip to Colville, Washington to visit my dad. I wanted to share some pics w/you – hope you enjoy them! Colville is a mere 6-hour roadtrip from Seattle. My dad lives 15 miles out of the city (surrounded by mountains) so I had no Internet access (tragic!). The above pic was taken on Saturday morning, the day before the first day of Spring and we had snow! AGW my foot…
This is a pic of the Columbia River at Kettle Falls. Kettle Falls was relocated to make way for the Grand Coulee Dam in 1940. The original city was flooded and as we drove by, you could see the foundations of buildings in the sand banks that were relocated to higher ground.
There are plenty of critters running around Colville…I saw deer, wild turkey and heard the coyotes. Dad says they even have an occasional cougar running around the mountains. But the only critter living with my dad is his “little kitty”, yep, that’s her name!
Lastly, dad and I went to the mountains to do some shooting.
Best thing about living in eastern WA is you can do some shooting in your backyard or the mountains without worrying about anyone calling the cops! Dad and I took a 20-gauge shot-gun and some tin cans into the mountains and did some target practice. Yep, that’s how we roll in Colville!
Glad to be back to the “connected life” and hope you enjoy the pics!
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