This last weekend, my family and I traveled to a teeny town called "Echo." You can probably already tell that it was cute just by that name:) I didn't take a ton of pictures, but thought I would share on here those that I did:)
First things first. We stopped by Jamba in the airport and tried these "wheatgrass shots." Interesting. They tasted like sweet peas. Thankful for the orange juice! Have you tried these?
It was a beautiful, sunny day. The rays shining through these trees were just lovely.
I love old bridges, don't you?
We stopped for dinner on the way and I ordered a Caesar salad (for those of you who don't know me, I always eat Caesar salad). But the pickles that came with the sandwiches sounded yummy, so I asked for "extra pickles." You mean not everyone does that? I think every meal should come with a side of pickles.
Lovely sunset on the river. No filter, no editing. Just a raw shot.
Three of the four stores in the town: an antique shop, a bike shop, and a boutique. All open from 9ish-5ish.....if the owners decided to show up (they didn't.)
A lovely old bank that had been there for many, many years.
I don't know what it is, but old firetrucks just make me happy. But there weren't any there:'(