WOW!That plane is a P-51 Mustang, the premier fighter of World War II - about as old as you and I.
the blooms are just breathtaking and so colorful, it looks like you picked the perfect day to visit. this reminds me of our longwood gardens that we visit!! i love kites, good luck with the garage sale!!!
Garage sales down here usually mean either " You need to clean out lots of stuff before you move!!!" OR..." We are having a garage sale to get some cash in our pockets!!" Tulips, totally glorious, a riot of Colours. And if that was the only spectacular place you visited on that trip, it would make the extra kms or miles so worthwhile, but every photo showed us that there was beauty everywhere.
What a beautiful sight! Eye Candy for sure.
Lovely. Was it mobbed?
thank you for the beautiful photos. Tulips are so simple yet so gorgeous. My husband will like the P-51 photo.
Love the Tulips Thanks for sharing with us.
I think that top picture, which you posted in a "teaser" post, is stunning. I am so glad you enjoyed your visit, I just wish I could have seen you and family show up at the coffee shop so I could buy you all a latte! Next time. :-)
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful photo's.Good luck with the garage sale.All the best Jan
Oh wow those tulips are just beautiful. Must be something to see in person.I wish you well with your garage sale.
Wow...what a beautiful place to visit during the spring! Those kites are pretty amazing, too!
We love flying over Skagit Valley when the flowers are blooming. - Margy
It is almost color overload with all the tulips. I bet it was fun to see.
I wonder how they plant them all! Imagine what an undertaking that is.
Glorious glorious glorious - I'm glad "we" could share our tulips with you. Actually we were viewing fields that same day, but I didn't see you. I'm sure I would have recognized you, had we passed each other. I'm so glad you got to realize your goal of seeing the fields in full bloom - and on such a pretty day. This is always a highlight for us each year. Your photos are fabulous.
They are a gorgeous sight.
Good grief!! And is that a Mustang?