FOG BANK – July 26, 2017

Sorry I missed you yesterday. I walked but didn’t have anything interesting to post. I didn’t do much better today but did get one nice photo I’ll show you later.

But first I’d like to share a few from last week, that I didn’t get a chance to post.

I was curious if you’d pay $725,000 for a house you couldn’t see? Here’s the street side view.

House For Sale 202 Front Street Front

But if you walk down the beach and look this is what it really looks like. Pretty cool huh?

House For Sale 202 Front Street Back

While we’re looking at “fronts and backs” here’s the Knead and Feed Restaurant and Aqua Gifts from the front.

Kneed and Feed and Aqua Gifts Front

Again, walk down the beach and look up you get this backside view. Not quite as inviting as the store fronts.

Aqua Gifts and Kneed and Feed Back

Now for today’s effort. This is something I don’t think I’ve ever seen around town, a herd of four bucks with full racks. Unbelievable!

Four Bucks

And finally my “Photo of the Day”! This fog bank was over Camano Island and Saratoga Passage, rather spectacular I’d say.

Fog Bank Over Penn Cove

So that takes care of “Hump Day” for this week. I hope your week is going well and will walk again with me.


I didn’t walk this morning but wanted to post some photos from this past weekend. We went to visit my brother Ron and his wife Lolli over on Camano Island. It was sort of a send off for his upcoming bike ride to Nine Mile Falls, Washington. He’ll be riding his fully loaded bicycle from Eldger Bay on Camano Island. It will be approximately 365 mile of hard riding up and over the five passes of the North Cascades Highway. He’ll be camping along the way and just trying to take it easy. He leaves today and plans to be at our sisters house by July 26th for our family reunion.

Oh I forgot to mention, he’s 73 years old!!!!!

Here he is with his fully loaded bike but none of his riding gear on yet.


He’ll be leaving his wife Lolli here while he rides and she’ll catch up with him at the family reunion.


Here’s a photo of the “Da Bro’s” at Eldger Bay.


Marilyn and I are hoping we might stumble upon him when we leave for the family reunion in a couple of weeks.

While visiting them at Eldger Bay I was fascinated by this American flag someone had made out of drift wood, very creative and very patriotic!


I hope you’ll join me is wishing my brother a safe journey. Have a great week ahead and hopefully we’ll walk tomorrow.