Postcards from a Fall Road Trip

For our anniversary this year – 38 years in case you wondered – we set out for a road trip across the North Cascades where the best stop is at Washington Pass for a look at Liberty Bell in burnished bronze, adorned with evergreens and golden larches.

On the other side are tiny towns in wide open spaces including Winthrop, a perfect place to stop for the night, situated at the intersection of two rivers, and all dressed up for fall.

I’ll have more to tell in future posts, but this will do for now.

For Travel with Intent, Six Word Saturday.


28 Comments on “Postcards from a Fall Road Trip

  1. Thanks for taking us along ! Happy anniversary – and many more ~

  2. That’s a lovely drive to take with great scenery. Ironically, I most often visited the Methow Valley to cross country ski, when that highway was closed. When I drove over in the summer, it was always a bit strange to see the real landscape because I was so used to seeing everything blanketed in white.

  3. Happy anniversary! Such beautiful scenery, need to put that on my to-go-to list!

  4. Stunning area! Can’t wait to read more πŸ™‚

  5. Happy anniversary! πŸ₯° As usual your photos are awesome! I notice they had masks on the cowboy silhouettes too😷

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