“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” ~ John Burroughs
Although summer (and sun and warm temperatures) is my favourite time of year… there is something special about fall and the colours of the leaves as they say good-bye until spring. Of course, I do wish we could skip winter altogether.
This quote by John Burroughs speaks to me as I realize I am growing old. Maybe only closer to middle age; but the gray hairs remind me I am no longer a young woman. So it’s time to remember the leaf – full of light and colour regardless of the age on my passport.
Red sky in morning, sailor’s warning…may be true, but they’re still beautiful! Saw this one over Padilla Bay in Washington State.
Today’s picture comes from La Conner, WA where we met this lion’s mane jellyfish. Before our trips this summer, I had never really seen these impressive jellies.
This past weekend, handsome hubby and I took our Tollycraft 26′ boat for the two-hour run to Anacortes. The purpose? To join other Tollycraft Boating Club members for a mini-rendezvous. Or perhaps, more accurately, to have fun (wine, food, laughs) with friends on Cap Sante Marina’s docks.
While the weather forecast wasn’t great (we need rain but it could have waited until Monday!) it didn’t look bad when we set out on Thursday. Continue reading “A boat, wind and an extra-long weekend”