Snowmelt drips, freezes. Each drop clings to one above. Icicle unfolds.
Do you dislike mowing the yard? Do what we do and let your yard go wild. We plant wildflowers in our side yard and it's a colorsplash of bee-attracting flowers!
I wandered outside as night turned to day. It was raining, the wind blew lightly and the black-capped chickadees called out to each other. A refreshing start to my Sunday and I share it with you! (You will need to go to the post to listen to the video)
I don't often see sunrise. Our best window views at home are to the south and west. I'm also preoccupied at dawn getting ready for work. But every winter, we head to the scenic Methow Valley on the eastern slopes of Washington's North Cascades. It was on one of those visits that I witnessed this... Continue Reading →
I hiked Margaret's Way yesterday. As is the case each time I hike this trail, I remember with fondness and gratitude former trail colleague and outdoors advocate Margaret Macleod. For over 20 years, Margaret was the Interagency Trails Coordinator for King County, City of Issaquah, and Washington State Department of Natural Resources. Through her persistence... Continue Reading →