While on our scenic drive, Hubby and I came across this interesting bluff. I think it is basalt; we have a lot of that in eastern Washington. I can see this as inspiration for some free motion quilting!
It is close to lunch time by now, and we have come to a state park. Yes, it is the smallest state park in Washington, and it is a gravesite.
We had heard of Ranald MacDonald, but we didn’t know anything about him.
It was fun to learn about him. Ranald MacDonald was quite the adventurer! I wish I could’ve known him…oh, the stories he could tell!
Here is the entire state park:
We sat on a bench in front of Ranald MacDonald’s monument, ate our lunch, enjoyed the warmth of the sun and the Kettle River flowing by.
If you google ‘Ranald MacDonald’, you’ll find quite a bit about him.
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