that is to say,


the hills of ye-olde pastoral Palouse

were looking mighty lush and green …

Photo by Bala via Wikimedia Commons

Hear ye:

“Yestern” is an old English word that refers to yesterday.

“Yestreen,” on the other hand, is much more specific, meaning yesterday evening.


Or, should I say, yessireen?



  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    I like those old English words and wonder why they have fallen from use. There is no doubt that the Palouse is one big green lush carpet these days. The view from that wall tent where the stove is must be breathtaking. All the more reason to have coffe there in the morning and take it all in!!

  2. Cindi says:

    That looks like the earth draped in velvet. Yessiree 🙂

  3. terry steinmetz says:

    This is lovely. I hope to someday see your lovely area!

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