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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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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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When Your Favorite Mountain is Having a Bad Hair Day or Is It?

My mother-in-law owned a large troll doll collection. The trolls laid siege to the china hutch in her dining room. One of my fondest memories is her combing out their hair. I can’t speak for anyone else, but I have … Continue reading

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Twilight in Seattle

Last night we joined some friends for dinner in Seattle. We drove along the water front on our way home and caught this view across the street from Me-Kwak-Mooks park in West Seattle. The Puget Sound in the foreground and … Continue reading

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The Calm before the Crowd

The streets of Seattle on a quiet Sunday morning. The sun heralding it’s arrival, only a few awake to see it. The city is still sleeping. Enjoy those quiet moments. Have a wonderful weekend everyone. Ciao, Fannie  

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Dry Falls, Wet Lakes

On these last few day of summer, welcome to Dry Falls, a remnant of the last ice age. Created by the massive flood melt off, only a pothole lake left. An amazing landscape along the Ice Age Floods National Geologic … Continue reading

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A Pacific Northwest Taste of Monuments

Welcome new readers! If you’ve ever visited Monument Valley in Utah or watched a John Ford Western, you’ve seen the towering buttes shimmering above the heat-soaked landscape. The early morning light making the colors pop red and orange. We didn’t … Continue reading

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