I love this color. In fact, I have been collecting yarns of a similar hue.
We’ve had a mostly soggy April here in Oregon. What better way to lift one’s spirits, and encourage creativity, than heading to the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm in Woodburn? Here are a few photos for those of you craving a splash of color during this wet season.
I grew up attending steam engine events in Kinzers, Pennsylvania, so it was fun to watch this demonstration with my daughter and our friends.
Ahh, color. If you look closely, you can see squishy mud between the rows of vibrant tulips.
I've attended the festival for three years, and the flowers have been in different fields each time. Take a look at the top of my blog--that was where the windmill was stationed last year.
True to the farm's name, we watched this craftsman hollow out the insides of wooden shoes.
The festival has been extended until May 8, so if you live in Oregon, go check it out! The Wooden Shoe Tulip farm is open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Remember to bring directions if you’ve never attended.