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Category Archives: sky
Got to take a little trip downtown on Monday to visit Seattle’s Great Wheel. I needed to see what all the hoopla was about! And despite the bipolar weather on Monday, it was well worth the trip. The views are … Continue reading
Ok, stroll is a little misleading. Hike, perhaps? All I know is we ended up doing about 3 miles tonight on the Meadowdale Trail, watched the dogs run around on the beach, and 3 hours later am concerned that I … Continue reading
On the way home from an excessive amount of Father’s Day eating, there was quite a lovely sunset going on and while it took me a few minutes to get it right while driving down the freeway, I’m reminded of … Continue reading
And I still needed my sunglasses for the rest of the ride home…weird.
Took a little trip to Bainbridge Island today via the Edmonds/Kingston ferry today. I’ve been wanting to take a ferry ride since I’ve been back home but 1, haven’t found the time, 2, it’s cold. Despite the wind and clouds … Continue reading
After 4 days of driving – that only should have been 2 or 3 – 2,075 miles, 8 states, and a boat load of horrible weather, I finally made it back to the Seattle area. I have never been so … Continue reading
I stopped very early on Sunday night in Rock Springs, Wyo., because the passes and canyons I had to drive through to get to Ogden, Utah, were covered in snow and black ice. Little did I know, stopping would be … Continue reading
Mother Nature and I got into a bit of a fight over the weekend. After making it to North Platte, Nebr., on Saturday night after the 2nd worst thunder-storm I have ever driven in, I got tossed around with 50+ … Continue reading
I know it says sunsets, but let’s be honest, I only saw one. It was cloudy and rained the rest of the time we were there. Sad. I know. But these were my two favorite sunset photos from the trip … Continue reading