It's been almost a year since we first heard about Suncadia. Last February, at the Seattle Home Show, we learned that
this "Suncadia" place we'd heard about in passing for many years, isn't a retirement community at all (seriously, for some reason that's what we
thought); it's actually a resort community for families, with lots of people who
own second homes there and some, even, who live there year-round. AND, we
discovered, there's a private community at Suncadia, called Tumble Creek, where
homes cannot be rented at all, where the lots are bigger, and where it's
generally just a lot quieter and more private, but equally as beautiful.
Snoqualmie Pass had looked iffy for the past few days, with news of a winter storm approaching, but the drive to Suncadia was just about as quick (80 minutes) and easy (all freeway) as it is in the summer.
The road was wet but no problem at all...
After the annual Owners' Meeting, we headed out to our property at Tumble Creek.
Shasta and Quinn loved the snow!
Of course we had to walk the "Spiritual Path" out to "Inspiration Point." I have a feeling this will be our daily morning and/or evening walk when we live here! The trail starts right across the road from our lot and leads to the most amazing view!
By the time we returned from our walk, we were both getting concerned about the worsening weather over the pass. Good thing we left when we did, because our drive home looked something like this:
So Suncadia passed the "winter" test - just like it passed the spring, summer, and fall (all beautiful!) test! I'm looking forward to this: