It was warmer this morning but really cloudy, almost looked like it could snow. I spotted more Christmas decorations including Cook’s Corner Park, which is where the town celebrates the lighting of the town Christmas tree even though it’s a big flag pole with a bunch of lights on it.


One of my favorite historic homes was lighted as well.


The “mussel men” were out on the mussel rafts harvesting their catch and I thought even their boat lights looked festive. They probably wouldn’t agree 🙂


And here they are, the “Snowmen/Snow-women of Coupeville”. This is just a sample I put together, there has to be over a hundred around town.


Bundle up, in case you haven’t noticed it’s cold out there!


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.


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


Two more  snowmen showed up in town this morning.


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


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

Stay warm my friends.