Finding God's Country

First you must head North.

To the Evergreen Playground.
In the Emerald City you must follow the Red Brick Way
to the top of the hill.

Notice the lovely architectural detail

Do NOT follow the man in kilt.
He will lead you astray. He's going the wrong way.

 Follow the Man With the White Moustache.
He will not lead you astray.
He's going the right way.
Ascend the Yellow Escalator to Heaven.
Further instruction awaits at
the Highest Height (otherwise known as theTenth Floor
Ah, yes. Reading.
So many choices. So little time.
Ooooo, the Historical Atlas of the American West.
I really love a good map, don't you?
(I also love a good nap, but that's a topic for another day.)
Let's take a peek, shall we?

Well, look at that!
We found God's Country.
Traveled all the way to Seattle to discover
that all one needs to do is click one's heels
three times and repeat:
"There's no place like home."
"There's no place like home."
"There's no place like home."

You were expecting maybe scenic photos of
Alaskan wilderness?

Patience, my pretty.
All in good time.

1 comment:

  1. Who knew I grew up in the "outing hub" and now my boys will grow up in the "basecamp to adventure"? Pretty cool finds mama!