Category: Trails

Bicycling The Foothills Trail with a Stop by Wilkeson

Nothing takes me back to childhood more than getting on a bike. And nothing keeps me riding today more than my electric bike. That, and a good bike trail! We found one on a recent sunny day – the Foothills Trail – a 21… Continue Reading “Bicycling The Foothills Trail with a Stop by Wilkeson”

St Patrick’s Day Walkers

Happy St. Patrick’s Day from the stony walkers at Coulon Park! ~ Susanne

Winter Walk into Spring at Lake Wilderness

The snow has come and gone, replaced by wind and rain. But yesterday there was a break in the weather and we headed to Lake Wilderness starting out at the Arboretum where bulbs were blooming and trees were budding. We took a path through… Continue Reading “Winter Walk into Spring at Lake Wilderness”

Up in a Redwood Tree

Earlier this month on a very rainy day we went to Lincoln Park for a walk. We took the trail up to the top of the bluff and found shelter in a grove of Redwood trees. So did this little fella. Shared with Becky’s… Continue Reading “Up in a Redwood Tree”

Upside Down at Nolte

Today we took advantage of a mild winter day and went for a walk at Nolte State Park where the trees reflected perfectly in Deep Lake. So perfectly in fact I thought they looked even better upside down. How about you? For Becky’s SquareUp… Continue Reading “Upside Down at Nolte”

Breathing Nature’s Fresh Air

During this strange Covid year we’ve had to be hypervigilant about the very air we breathe, wearing masks and distancing ourselves to avoid transmitting the insidious virus to each other. Thankfully we can breathe deeply in nature where no such prohibition exists. So come… Continue Reading “Breathing Nature’s Fresh Air”

Textures of Puget Sound

In response to this week’s Sunday Still’s photo challenge I went looking for textures and found them on the shores of Puget Sound. Bob wanted to practice fishing – fly fishermen are always testing new equipment and techniques – while I would wander and… Continue Reading “Textures of Puget Sound”

Colorful Coulon Walk and a Cloud

It was a crisp and clear, sunny day – perfect for a walk at Coulon Park. Trees bore leaves of red and gold and the Mountain was out but it was a cloud that caught my eye. It loomed large as I drove home… Continue Reading “Colorful Coulon Walk and a Cloud”

A Micro Walk in the Woods

Happy Thanksgiving from the Evergreen State! ~ Susanne

A Whale Sighting and Talking Crow at Seattle’s Lincoln Park

Anytime you visit Lincoln Park is a special time and so it was yesterday. We went to the park so Bob could practice fishing for sea run cutthroat. I went along to walk the beachfront and take pictures. I’d just left him fishing when… Continue Reading “A Whale Sighting and Talking Crow at Seattle’s Lincoln Park”

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