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Twilight in Blyn, Washington

The solstice is tomorrow. This was the view from Blyn, Washington, last Friday evening well after 10 p.m. My cell phone did not do this vista justice. The dark line in the water—hundreds of Canadian geese gliding silently into the … Continue reading

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A Quiet Morning Walk

There is a paved trail not far from my home. I love to run and walk along it. Sometimes a bald eagle will fly overhead. Wild rabbits race along the trail darting into the underbrush. Small birds sing in the … Continue reading

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An Oyster-Colored Sky

Sometimes my husband and I take a quiet moment before work. We will stop somewhere to soak in the scenery. On one of the rare moments shortly after sunrise, there was an oyster-colored sky. The morning marine layer still blanketed … Continue reading

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A Park Realized

In our small town, we try to balance tradition with the needs of our community. We have a small harbor which lends itself to water sports. Many of the teenagers kayak, but the kayak club lost their home. The town … Continue reading

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Sunset Over the Olympic Mountains, USA

This is one of those lucky shots on my phone. I pulled over to take this photo. The sky does not look like this very often. Something I missed along the way, a few weeks ago this little blog turned … Continue reading

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Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow

Oh the weather outside is delightful, or maybe not. This, perhaps, once-in-a-lifetime storm interrupted mail service for four days, cancelled school for a week, and cancelled garbage service for three weeks. Then the clouds thickened and the snow flew. The giant … Continue reading

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Mythical Two-Headed Deer Violates No Parking Ordinance

A few week’s ago, a massive snow storm double downed on our small town. In the breath between the first and second waves, I spotted a doe and fawn walking down the street. The clouds blocked the sun leaving a … Continue reading

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