It was a really chilly walk this morning at 24 degrees F. But I bundled up and went for it.
I showed you Mt. Baker at first light yesterday but I walked a little later today and caught it with more light. They sure do have a bunch of snow up there, 156″ so far this season. It also looks like the wind is really howling at the top!
The Olympic Mountains are also showing a lot of snow with the morning sun on them. Some of Sherman’s Pioneer Farm is in the foreground.
And my curiosity shot of the day is a water main leak. Can you imagine the workman’s surprise when they tried to dig down to the water pipe and ran into that rock? I wonder if they’ll leave that rock there or move it?
So that wraps up Hump Day. I hope you have a great day and as always, thanks for walking with me.
Spring is a great time of year. The flowers are beautiful, the air is fresh and their is a feeling of newness.
This morning’s walk got me noticing how much ending there is and how many new beginnings their are. It was most noticeable in the flowers. Here are some endings and beginnings for you.
These Tulips are still beautiful even though they are on their way out.
Meanwhile pink ones were on their way out and the purple ones were just beginning.
The Peonies are just beginning and will be beautiful in a few days.
This Madrona tree still has last years leaves while the new growth is growing green.
The road that leads into Coupeville from the west is Madrona Way. It’s called that because of all the beautiful Madrona trees that line the road. Here’s a nice example.
Unfortunately some people don’t see the beauty in these wonderful trees. Yep, some people just don’t get it, very sad.
One last picture that has nothing to do with “endings and beginnings”. Out on Ebey Prairie I saw this rock in a freshly plowed field. It made me wonder how far rocks must travel. This field has been farmed for over 150 years and I’m sure all the rocks have been removed. This one must have sneaked in overnight while the farmer was sleeping 😉
I hope you enjoyed our walk today, I’ll see you tomorrow!