So, I’m sort of digging into my photo backlog here. I took these back in July and never got around to posting them, though I did post pictures from on the way driving up. Just looking back through older photos and thought “Heeey… I never did post these…”
Anyway. Better late than never, right?
Winthrop is a little, western-themed town in the Methow Valley. They’ve even preserved some of the original buildings from the pioneers and refurnished them into a museum. 🙂 It’s a pretty cool place.
Enjoy the pictures!
The fronts of the buildings on the main street.
A sign on a bakery we got breakfast from.
A restored cabin at the museum area.
All those things are some of the old machines that they put back together. Steampunk-ish, isn’t it?
Old sign on the main building.
Higher up in the hills. And more fun with the miniature effect. 😛
Hope you enjoyed! What picture is your favorite? Have you ever been to Winthrop?
Happy trails, guys! 😉
16 thoughts on “Winthrop, Washington”
Ohh, these are gorgeous! The school one might be my favorite, but they’re all lovely. =D
Thanks! 😀 I like that one too.
I love the schoolroom one as well, although it’s so tiny. o_o Nice photos! =)
I know! Everything was so little! Small community school, I guess. 😛
I do love the steampunk ones from the old mill, but the echinacea blossoms were my surprise favorite, this viewing. Glad you found these! 🙂
And now that you ask… I actually HAVE been to Winthrop! 😝
Thanks! 🙂 I liked the focus on that one.
Neat pictures! I love the mountain ones. 😀
Thanks, Greta! 😀
Wow these remind me of an old gold rush ghost town I used to go to with my family and Grandparents when they visited us. (at the time we lived in separate states) I think it was Dogwood or something like that.
Oh cool! Yeah, I think this was a bit of a refurbished ghost town. 😛
YESS STEAMPUNK. XP
I need to turn one of those into a cover or something.
PLEASE DO X-D
And the fun part will be writing a story to go with it. 😉