Nature Moms Need Nourishment Too


There is a little spot, near our home. It is quiet, even though it is tucked along Hwy 101 near Hwy 18. The Wildflower Grill. A friend took me there first. And then a few times with groups of girlfriends. Throughout the last 3 years or so, it has been my get away spot. Not often. A few times a year. Especially on birthdays, special days, days I just need to get out with a friend. 


I prefer to pass the quaint little eating rooms inside the building, preferring the sun porch overlooking a small pond. I’ve seen so many different birds here. The last time we came, it was frosty outside, yet the sun hit the glass just perfectly for radiant warmth. A couple next to us changed seats because they got too warm – it was too bright. Not my friend and I. We stripped off our hoodie sweatshirts down to our T’s and basked in the rays of joy.

One particular day – with my friend from Wonder in the Woods – We were looking out while chatting and saw two deer amble down the path from the woods.





































They stayed to eat just under our window, tucked out of site from the ledge. While the waiter brought us ours. I always get the Wildflower Grill I. Eggs, hasbrowns and toast. Predictable. I love my friends they always gets something different. Today it was pancakes.


I found these photos on  memory card in a purse that I pulled out of the closet.  Almost feels like I went to my happy lil spot this morning with a dear friend.  Cori @ Wonder in the Woods took All of these shots.  Thanks for breakfast Cori! And I didn’t even have to get out of my yoga jammie pants.


Traveling up 101? Give me a shout out. We can stop here for coffee together!

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6 Responses to Nature Moms Need Nourishment Too

  1. lisa says:

    I love this post, and I am just picturing myself going inside the lovely cottage…tea….ahhh! Thanks for capturing it!

  2. janalangworthy says:

    So beautiful! Love the photos with the deer, what a treat that must have been! I miss Oregon, we lived there for only 6 months (Gresham).

  3. Angie….looks wonderful. I will put it on my list of things to do when I finally get up to see you. 🙂

  4. I haven’t ever gone that far up the 101 before. Should we decide to head into the great unknown, we’ll make sure to give you a buzz! It looks lovely!

  5. This place looks so quaint! I’m really missing Oregon now!!

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