Good morning to all, this is what Smiley looked like last night as he was sound asleep and something woke him up that didn't set well with him . Just had to throw this photo in.
Located seven miles southwest of Coulee City, Wash..
From eastbound I-90:
Take exit #151 to SR 283. Go through Ephrata, and continue on to Soap Lake. Turn north on Hwy. 17, and continue 17 miles to park.
From U.S. Hwy. 2:
Take Hwy. 17 south for five miles, just two miles west of Coulee City.
This is the Gerke Windmill Garden
Emile Gehrke (1884-1979), lived in Electric City, a city in central Washington near Grand Coulee
dam. He built whimsical windmills and other folk art and decorated his back yard with the stuff.
After his death, most of the devices were moved to this fenced-in display on the main highway
in Electric City.
The park there was very nice, and if you click on this photo they have a time capsule that will be opend the yr 2076 should be interesting to see what is in it. wonder if we will be alive then, doubt it.
3 hours ago