Storytellers

I belong to a tribe of storytellers…

This gallery tells the story of June 2015 when Mickey/Mom and her four big kids took  a family trip up the Methow River in Eastern Washington with a day trip up Hart’s Pass, a favorite childhood stompin’ ground, as our Dad would call it.

"Where We Are Now" is another of the William Stafford poem plaques that offered commentary on our stay in the Methow River Valley this magical June of 2015.
“Where We Are Now” is another of the William Stafford poem plaques that offered commentary on our stay in the Methow River Valley this magical June of 2015.
"A Valley Like This" is a poem plaque by the late Poet Laureate of Oregon, William Stafford. The Forest Service approached Stafford in 1992, a year before his death, to write a series of poems that would reflect the landscape and spirit of the North Cascades.
“A Valley Like This” is a poem plaque by the late Poet Laureate of Oregon, William Stafford. The Forest Service approached Stafford in 1992, a year before his death, to write a series of poems that would reflect the landscape and spirit of the North Cascades.

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