MONSTER WALK

This morning’s walk was a “Monster Walk”, not because I walked a long way but instead because of the route I took. Here’s my 4.28 mile  “Monster Walk”!

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The first thing I spotted was this neatly trimmed lilac tree.

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Just as I was going into Kruger Woods the “Monopoly Houses” caught my eye. At least they remind me of Monopoly houses.

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Out on the Coupeville Wharf this pair of Pigeon Guillemont’s were nicely posed on the gas dock.

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As I was leaving the wharf the rays of the morning sun started shining through the clouds creating this rather spectacular photo.

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Well that was fun, thanks for walking with me. I’ll catch you again tomorrow!

FA-18 SUNRISE

Once again it was cold but also overcast so the lighting was really poor for photos. Because of that I don’t have a lot to share with you but here are a few photos of interest.

I spotted this FA-18 from NAS Whidbey (Naval Air Station). It was flying well above a 1,000 feet and it was high enough for the morning sun to shine on it. While it’s not a great photo I thought it was interesting.

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Near Kruger Woods I always see these townhouses and think the look like something you’d use with Monopoly.

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Two more  snowmen showed up in town this morning.

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This one was done by the Pacific Northwest Art School, nicely done.

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These were down by the wharf along with the Christmas tree.

Stay warm my friends.