Last month we visited one of our favorite towns in Washington – Wenatchee, on the east side of the mountains where the sky is always blue and a river runs through it, the mighty Columbia.
We stayed in a new hotel on the banks of the river,
and walked the trail in front as the sun was setting.
It is also an art walk, and sculptures adorn the trail.
Have you ever seen a monkey on a skateboard? You will here.
Or one of my favorites – a big foot known as Ped?
The robin looked like a sculpture but was not – he was merely posing for me.
Next door is the Public Market where you’ll find a spirit of community, local crafts, fresh fruit and restaurants.
Two blocks away you’re in old town Wenatchee where you can shop and continue to enjoy the art.
This one reminded me of something from childhood though I couldn’t put my finger on it. A moth, perhaps? But no – helicopters dropping and twirling under a tree. Thank goodness for the sign – Samaras!
Who says art isn’t educational?
And that will do for now.