What better way to welcome Spring than to see fields of daffodils! Worth the stop if you’re passing by to the Skagit Tulip Festival, or if you want to see a lovely show of flowers without the massive crowds.
Category Archives: Nature
The hardest part of moving to Washington for me (besides moving far, far away from family and friends) is the lack of sunshine and blue skies. Something about the sun rays just warms up my bones and spurs inspiration (my boyfriend calls ms solar-powered). This being my first winter up here… it’s been a rough […]
A Columbia Black-tailed Deer (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus) in Redwood National Park.
Took a trip into the Redwood National Park for a weekend. Looking around, I could see the diversity of life; beginnings, middles, endings, in an infinite circle (yes, hakuna matatta). I liked this particular fern because it was poking out from the side of a fallen redwood giant. A lyric came to mind: “Every new […]
An interesting trail to find.. one random summer afternoon, I decided I wanted to hike. Much to my delight, the head of it is actually at a dog park! So before you start, you can entertain yourself by watching puppies lope around before starting. Note: I may or may not be a “crazy dog lady” […]