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Our trip to OFFF

September 30, 2014

Canby1 We left Port Townsend on a wet and gray morning.  We arrived at Canby five hours later and Amy couldn’t resist taking a picture of the sky right as we entered town.  The weather was wonderful for the entire event. Canby2 Amy is just beginning a long day of spinning.  We shared a corner of the tent occupied by Compass Rose Farms.  Kateen is visiting with Amy.  She is the brains behind the farm, I suspect. Canby3 A little ferry crosses the river right near Canby.  You can see it at the river’s edge.  Quite a pleasant contrast to our hours on I-5! Canby4 The evening light was so pretty hitting the trees and fields around Canby.  I would love to spend more time in moments just like this.  So quiet!  Quite a contrast to our fairground campground where the train whistle awakened us fairly often throughout the night. Canby6 Lots of flowers grow in this area.  Even though it is late in their season we found and photographed these. Canby7 Another field in the last evening light is a good way to remember this wonderful little change from our life here in Port Townsend.  We met so many wonderful people and learned so much as well.  Already I am looking forward to next year.  Hope to see many of you there! .. .. .. ..

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2 Comments
  1. Lovely photos!! Iʻve ridden the Canby Ferry many, many, times; it’s wonderful! And I’m so happy you got to see Swan Island Dahlias… how glorious! Loved stopping by your booth and seeing the wheel in person and meeting you. Photos don’t do the wheels justice… they are gorgeous!!

  2. Michelle permalink

    Oh, I wanted to find your booth and see your wonderful creation in person, but was there too short a time for the commitments I had.

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