Tag: Jo’s Monday Walk

Back for a Walk at Coulon Park

After two months of being closed, I was thrilled when Gene Coulon Memorial Park opened last week, allowing us to resume our walks on the shores of Lake Washington.  Always popular but not overcrowded it’s a perfect place to walk anytime of year, with… Continue Reading “Back for a Walk at Coulon Park”

Blue and White at Coulon Park

Every time I walk at Coulon Park there’s something special to enjoy.  And though my feet were firmly planted on the ground,  today it was the sky. For Jo’s Monday Walks. ~ Susanne

Flaming Geyser State Park, A Missing Flame and Steelhead in Training

In the middle of a rainy April we picked the sunniest day for a walk at Flaming Geyser State Park where instead of a flame we found a flowing river, luscious forest and steelhead in  training – who knew there was such a thing?… Continue Reading “Flaming Geyser State Park, A Missing Flame and Steelhead in Training”

A Walk through Fairhaven and Western Washington University

Call me sentimental. But last week’s road trip to Bellingham was a walk back in time. It started when we headed north from Seattle,  passing through the daffodils of the beautiful Skagit Valley. (Tulips are up next in the Valley and that needs another… Continue Reading “A Walk through Fairhaven and Western Washington University”

A Walk at Coulon Park on the Last Day of Winter

But don’t be fooled – we hit 80 degrees yesterday,  the highest temperature ever recorded here in the month of March.  What better day to take you on one of my favorite walks –  at Gene Coulon Park in Renton, on the southern shores… Continue Reading “A Walk at Coulon Park on the Last Day of Winter”

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