From then on, Woodinville (Woodin’s town) continued growing as a logging community. It became a farming center in the early 20th century, and eventually a Seattle suburb after World War II. The city was incorporated in 1993.
|The Hollywood School House, built in 1912,
is one of the oldest buildings in Woodinville
|Tolt Pipeline trail and the Cascade mountain range to the East|
|Tolt Pipeline trail and the Olympic mountains to the West|
The trail is safe, scenic, quiet (at least on weekdays) and it’s a wonderful place to run, hike, ride horses, or mountain bike. Le Yellow Dog and I have been hiking the Pipeline trail together for over 8 years and enjoy our daily hour-long walks, rain or shine (rain, more often than shine.) We have our favorite routes, and after so many years, I could probably get home with my eyes closed. I know each house, each property, each dog, each fence along the way.
|Hailey le Yellow Dog, my faithful walking companion|
|C’est la Campagne: The sign says it all!|
|Bonjour le mouton!|
|Des chevaux at every street corner|
|Des lapins (the real ones are harder to capture on camera)|
|Bonjour, Miss Piggy le cochon|
|Woodinville: land of fancy chicken coops
(notice the flowers at the window sill)
|I have a couple of friends who would enjoy this cool sign!|
|This one earns point for the most creative sign|
|Marie-Antoinette’s hamlet, Versailles, France|
|Marie-Antoinette, courted by a young man,
is dressed as a shepherdess
|Marie-Antoinette and her entourage in the hamlet|
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