Or something like that.
It's been pretty quiet in trailerville for the last few days. I've been busy working, and we've got some other things going on that have been keeping us busy.
For instance, today we went on a "wild chicken chase" in search of organic chickens. We drove out to the Skagit River Ranch, but they have sold out of broiler hens for the year. Huh. When we were getting into the car a man came up to the window and said, "Pssst - I know where you can get chickens. Go to Well Fed Farms, on the other side of the highway around Cook Road and Avon Allen Road. The chickens are sooooo meaty!"
Okay. Maybe he didn't say "pssst." And maybe he had his directions a bit wrong, and the farm is really on the east side of the highway. So maybe we drove around in circles a little bit (but gave up quickly in favor of research for details). But damn, I bet those chickens are meaty!
What does this have to do with trailers, you ask? Not much, but we did see this abandoned beauty along the way.
It was quite a ways from the road, but I was still able to get a decent shot.
We also stopped for lunch at the Longhorn Saloon in Bow. Home to the most fantastic piece of art of I've ever seen. Ever. In the whole entire world.
Don't lie - you love it!
In other news, we're getting the bearings packed next week.