Buttercups, blue skies – spring in Eastern Washington


The brilliant gurus at 2by2host.com found my uploading of images problem, fixed it and we’re back to being able to post photographs. Thank you fellas and gals.

In the past week, since the Internet glitch, we have traveled more than a thousand miles to and around the Pacific Northwest. I’ll be posting more about our adventures in the coming days.

In the meantime, RVer Jimmy Smith has been reflecting on the incredible spring weather and the spotting of buttercups on a hike near Spokane, Wash.

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Photo: Buttercup near Hunters, Wash., near Lake Roosevelt. (Julianne G. Crane)

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