Home State Highlight: Peshastin

More often than not, I take for granted the natural beauty of the area where I was raised.  I was recently reminded of how lucky I am when some friends dropped me off at home and couldn’t stop commenting on our gorgeous surroundings.

Living in a small town affords us the luxury of always having an ample yard and my family has always gravitated toward properties that offer a bit of privacy as well.  It doesn’t hurt that my mother has the greenest thumbs of anyone I know and constantly maintains exquisite gardens.

I finally gave in to the desire to take advantage of the magical late afternoon sunlight and get some photos of my own home (felt a little weird, but whatever), and since my SLR is currently without battery, it was an exercise in point-and-shoot photography.

DSC05272 DSC05277 DSC05282 DSC05288 DSC05293 DSC05295 DSC05297DSC05283 DSC05276If I have to be “stuck” somewhere for a few months, it could be a LOT worse!  This’ll be my home for the next 3 months, and summer in central Washington is pretty wonderful.  I’ll happily play hostess if anyone wants to pay me a visit!

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About Leah Davis

Hey! I'm Leah. I'm a solo traveler letting my heart lead me around the world, one country at a time. I've taught English in Thailand, climbed the Sydney Harbor Bridge, gone skydiving in Argentina, and marveled at the ruins at Machu Picchu (twice!). I love maps, strong coffee, good wine and warm climates. For even more travel talk and inspiration, you can follow my adventures on Twitter or Instagram.
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4 Responses to Home State Highlight: Peshastin

  1. Anonymous says:


  2. Jason says:

    Looks pretty idyllic to me!

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