Wildflowers On the Road Less-traveled


So get in your little MG, in a candy-colored line of other MGs and drive around spots of Eastern Washington. Not in August though, which is when I usually see these broken-step hills and rills, but in May. Perhaps the tulips are all gone during the tulip rally. Perhaps the cherry blossoms are done in Seattle. But here in the empty landscape, if you’ll take the time to focus, are the little wild flowers.


Oh, and in the background you might finally notice the Grand Coulee Dam…


I had to leave the cars in the parking lot and venture into the damp grasses.


I found the more delicate hues…




  1. artistpath · May 23, 2016

    What a fun road trip! Love the wildflowers but love the colorful cars too!


  2. April Remenak Hamelink · May 23, 2016

    One of my favorite attributes of yours is that you always find the more delicate hues, in nature and in people. Love you!


  3. Ellen · May 23, 2016

    Now that’s a fun crowd of cars. Are the owners fun, too? My sister bought an MGBGT in Britain in the early 70’s and had it shipped to the U.S. after she drove it around England and Europe. I loved driving it. I also got a lot of attention when I drove it. Oh…and wildflowers are always great to see.


  4. Madge · March 26, 2017

    I have been absent for some time, but now I remember why I used to love this blog. Thank you, I’ll try and check back more frletenuqy. How frequently you update your site?


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