Beauty Is Where You Find ItPosted: March 1, 2018
This time of year in the Pacific Northwest, the sky is typically a featureless gray blanket. The salmon berries that line our roads are still leafless, the ferns tattered by rain and snow, the light flat. Yes, there are gorgeous, brilliant days from time to time, but during a long stretch of overcast, sometimes you need to look a little harder to find the beauty. I’ve been looking at puddles lately, trying to figure out some better way to think of them other than just signs that it’s time to fix the road again. So yeah, here are some humble potholes from our road the last few weeks.