We are home from our little mini vacation. We visited friends in Davenport, WA and also spent several days in Idaho on Lake Couer d' Alene. Don (DH) grew up in the wheat farming town of Davenport, where his father was a Presbyterian pastor. His childhood friend still lives there and has retired from farming. This summer is his 50th high school reunion so we will go for another short visit so he can share stories of his younger days and catch up with life long friends. In Idaho we spent several days with Bob, Don's younger brother. Besides kicking back at the time-share we did a lot of site seeing. Idaho is a beautiful state. One thing we did not find in Idaho is Starbucks. Which was a little difficult to handle. We finally found one in Spokane on the way home. The west side of the state has a lot more Starbucks.
When I arrived home the watercolor print above was waiting for me in the mail. The artist that painted it is Pam Warden from Wisconsin. I love her work and it's whimsical look.