Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Tea at Maryhill Museum


Joining friends for a potluck tea at Maryhill Museum in Washington was a treat I have looked forward to for a long time. Sitting under the trees enjoying tea, the view, and especially the company was pure pleasure.
After tea we walked through the museum and enjoyed together photographs by Ansel Adams, Indian artifacts, and (my favorite) Theatre de la Mode.
A Delightful Day!

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9 comments:

La Tea Dah said...

Thank you for a lovely day, Marilyn! The tea party foods were delicious --- bit the tea was fantastic! Brewed perfectly and such a delight!

Annie said...

all looks so soothing. another place to put on my visiting list.

parTea lady said...

Looks like a great potluck tea and Museum visit. I have never heard of the Theatre de la Mode, but it looks fascinating. I love seeing the work of fashion and costume designers. Have you seen all nine of the displays?

Angela McRae said...

Yes, that is definitely my idea of a delightful afternoon as well!

Linda J. said...

So glad you and LaDonna met for this very special tea!

Christina said...

oh this looks lovely. wish i were closer. : )
xo

Southern Touch Catering said...

Beautiful pictures. Sounds like you had such a good time.

Pam said...

What wonderful tea-party foods. Everything looks so colourful. Sounds like a great day.

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

I read about your tea picnic on LaDonna's blog, sounds like so much fun! The food looks so delicious! Love that copper kettle!

Katherine