The stitched example, Highway 20, runs for roughly 435 miles across the state, and has been called the most beautiful mountain highway in the State of Washington.
[The SR 20 sign in its natural habitat is in this photo from WashingtonState highways blog]
[Route 20 from Washington Pass by rovingmagpie via Flickr]
[Overlook at Washington Pass by rovingmagpie via Flickr]
[Whidbey Island by Egor Gudaev via Flickr]
If you’re a Washingtonian, a frequent visitor, or just a fan of the state, this Washington State cross stitch pattern would be a great way to create a reminder of a favorite drive or place in “The Evergreen State.”
Washington is just the latest in my series of State Highway signs! Thus far, there’s Colorado (which is also a flood and fire relief benefit until the end of the year), Alaska, California, and Texas. Stay tuned for even more…
What are some of your favorite drives in Washington?