Tag: Pacific Northwest

Sunset in Pink

In the middle of a very rainy January we managed to find two days of good weather for an escape to Port Ludlow. The first morning I caught a hint of pink over the Olympics at sunrise, a foretaste of what would come later… Continue Reading “Sunset in Pink”

A Journey to See the Bald Eagles of the Skagit River

It was fitting that we should travel north to the Skagit River yesterday to see the bald eagles that come to feed on the salmon. No rain was in the forecast and the drive itself is marvelous with views of the jagged North Cascades,… Continue Reading “A Journey to See the Bald Eagles of the Skagit River”

A Week Like No Other

We’ve had relentless, pounding rain in the Pacific Northwest all week long but this morning broke like springtime. We went to Coulon Park for a walk and paused at the end of the lake for these views. Skyscrapers from the Seattle skyline can be… Continue Reading “A Week Like No Other”

Tis the Season for Raindrops and Berries

~ Susanne

Colors of the Pacific Northwest

Despite my dreams of a Winter Wonderland there’s no snow yet in the Great Northwest only rain, rain, and more rain. What’s a person to do? Time for an indoor project and it so happens I’ve got one. For the last couple of months… Continue Reading “Colors of the Pacific Northwest”

Plovers in Black and white

Yesterday we stopped by Potlatch State Park at the southern end of Hood Canal, on our way home from Port Townsend. While Bob practiced casting I enjoyed watching the shorebirds. I think they were Plovers though I’m not certain of the particular variety even… Continue Reading “Plovers in Black and white”

Monday Morning Sunrise

One thing I love about winter approaching is the sun rising later in the day. This was the view this morning looking out my back door. Hope your day is full of color too. 🙂 ~ Susanne

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

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