Tea with Mrs. Humphrey, et al.
With such thoughts of tea and pleasant times, I was brought to mind of a tea I enjoyed with the Humphrey family and Mrs. Sherman last May when I was out to their part of the country. After a morning in at the Maryhill Museum in Washington, we had worked up quite an appetite, so we headed back to the Dalles where we found Anzac tea room conveniently located downtown in a dear old frame house with gingerbread trim. You could hardly see the house though, for the jungle of blooming shrubs in front!
Tea and Roses
Doesn't he look like his head is coming out of the bouquet?
Lillibeth takes tea with the sampler plate, an assortment of sandwiches, scones, and fruit.
Don't you wish I could tell you what was the blend we loved? I didn't take notes, so now, over a year later, I've forgotten what we had. You'll just have to go visit Anzac and try all the teas!
If The Pleasant Times archives contain any pictures from when I was visiting that include me, would my friends so kindly send them my way?