Weekly Photo Challenge: Wanderlust

The Wanderings Of Iris With a Camera Never go anywhere without a camera.  You never know what you will find. And always wander.  A right turn here, a left turn there.  It’s so much fun! Things like… An interesting street sign like Purgatory Lane in Missouri and colorful metal palm trees in Arkansas. Funny road…

Vintage Thursday

Leavenworth, Washington 1977 In 1959 Leavenworth, Washington was a dying logging town.  Through the vision of two Seattle business men, Leavenworth slowly transformed into a Bavarian village during the 1960’s and 1970’s.  As part of the transformation, Leavenworth began holding festivals such at Art Fest, Maifest, the Autumn Leaf Festival and the very popular Christmas…

Wandering Iris Tuesday Pik

Petrified Forest National Park The Petrified Forest is located in northeast Arizona and is about 170 square miles (440 square kilometers) in size. The petrified trees were alive about 225 million years ago.  This area became a National Monument in 1906 and was changed to a National Park in 1962.