There and Back Again…

Friday was a beautiful day in the Seattle Area. I set out for one adventure and ended up having two. First I went to Juanita Bay Park which is a Wetland Preserve. The Robins were the easiest bird to capture with the lens today and then the Herons.

Then I traveled a few miles back toward home and stopped at St. Edwards State Park. I picked the North Trail to hike down. At the trail head at the top it said North Trail .6 miles. I trekked down and then when I got to the bottom I saw this sign…

LOL…it might have been nice to say that at the top before you are totally committed!

I made it back to the car huffing and puffing.

I’ll show more photos later of both of these great destinations…

We’re throwing steaks on the barbie and are going to continue to enjoy the weather. The retaining wall is complete and I’ll show more photos soon.

Have a great weekend everyone. I’m headed to another Sounders soccer game on Saturday…

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

11 thoughts on “There and Back Again…

  1. Robins are definitely a sign of spring! I didn’t realize they actually migrate…I read that in a book I read to my kids at school. You’re never too old to learn, are you? Great pictures!

  2. GREAT pics!!! We have a pair of robins who are gathering straw and such from our yard daily. It’ll be fun to see the finished nest nearby!! Thanks for sharing these!

  3. I just got caught up on your last month of posts…from the Snow Geese to the tulips to the robins…LOVE IT ALL!!! It made me miss you even more and get excited to see you next weekend! Love you Auntie!

  4. Glad you persevered! ALL the way! And the pictures are wonderful!!! Two things spoke LOUD to me…the sign… “difficult” journey –and the roots in the way….hmmm.

    I hope your week is full of fun and blessings!

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