April has been rather gloomy here in the PNW, but Spring has sprung in Thimble World!
There's so much color! The trees are blooming turning green. The ivy comes alive on the homes. Bicycles and motorcycles are prevalent.
Spring colors are everywhere!
The greenhouse is open and ready for the new planting season.
More colorful homes...
A beautiful Japanese pagoda sits in a lake.
The pagoda is surrounded by lovely, fragrant blooms.
A calming park area with a wishing well.
Behind the gazebo is The Aviary. A coop of birds is behind the entrance.
The lake already has boaters--those eager to get out of the house. A lighthouse shines the shoreline. In case you don't recognize it (which I'm hoping you didn't), this is the lake from Easter. Some grass and different layout conceals its uses.
People heading out with the top down under an arch of trees.
The arch of trees covers the driveway to the plantation.
Not far from the plantation is another museum. In the back is a gazebo on a lake. See the lovers dancing inside?
In case anyone is keeping track, this month's extra Thimble display consists of lovely, shaped Tudor house thimbles.
The colors and designs of the homes reflect a springtime glee.
April showers bring May flowers. See you next month!