Monday, April 27, 2009

Flowers can FLIP Any Frown Upside Down


Sunday was a good day to spend with family.

We went to the Woodenshoe Tulip Festival

We watched some steam engines from 1911 move down the rows.

Then we went downtown and walked around looking at how the city has managed to blend the old with the new.

One day our kids will be looking around and wonder how the old melds in with the new.


How'd you spend your weekend? I hope outside doing something fun.

11 comments:

LuLo Designs/Blue Eyed Tango said...

Wonderful post, so glad I found you.

Bish Denham said...

How beautiful! You are so luck/blessed to live near a place like that.

I spent Saturday at a "market days" selling my crafty wares. I was most pleasantly surprised. Despite the economy people were out and I had a very good day.

David Batista said...

Ooh, nice photos! Kind of reminds me when I went to the Dole plantation in Hawaii. But with pineapple instead of tulips! :)

Kelly said...

Thanks for the beautiful pics, Kim! Tulips are my absolute favorite flower!!!!

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

What a great way to spend a weekend! IT poured here and was wicked cold so we were not so blessed.

adrienne said...

Beautiful pictures! I've been meaning to visit the flower fields near here.
This weekend I managed to get out in my own garden and tidy up a bit. Wish I had room for tulips...

Rena said...

Beautiful pictures, Kim! It sounds like you had a wonderful weekend.

Ours was quiet and spent inside due to everyone being sick with colds.

Christina Farley said...

Lovely pictures! Looks like you had a great weekend.

Kim Kasch said...

Today it's pouring like crazy - glad I went to the fields yesterday.

Amy Tate said...

Wow! Those tulips are gorgeous!!! I like the tractor looking thing that you rode too. Looks like a wonderful memory making day.

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