It’s that time of year again for the flower fields to be in full bloom. In this post I’m showcasing the fields of blooming daffodils. My next post will revisit the tulip fields in bloom similar to last years visit to Tulip Town. The flower fields are located in the Skagit Valley just west of Mt. Vernon, Washington (north of Seattle). Skagit Valley is a fertile farming valley that typically has field upon field in full bloom with daffodils and a few weeks later tulips this time of year. A few weeks back, we had a sunny day (after numerous days of rain), so my wife and I decided to take advantage of the sunshine by visiting the valley to see the daffodils in full bloom. These fields bloom before the tulip fields, so we also made a return trip a few weeks later to catch the tulips. We weren’t disappointed with the beauty of fields of daffodils in full bloom and many other fields just starting to bloom. In all candor with or without the blooms, the valley is beautiful all by itself. I have attached five captures from our time there. Enjoy!!
It is truly breathtaking to see these colorful fields as far as the eye can see.
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