Saturday’s Critters

On Friday we picked up our friend Beth and headed north to La Conner for lunch.

We had a window seat at Nell Thorn Restaurant and while we were eating Beth saw this beauty out the window and knew I’d want to take a picture of it.

I headed out on the patio area of the restaurant to take some photos. The heron headed down to this dock to get away from me.

We enjoyed conversation and some good food. On our way home we chose some roads less traveled. I’ll share some photos from our drive later.

Hope you all have a good Saturday and Happy Thanksgiving Weekend to our Canadian neighbors!

Linking up with Eileen for Saturday’s Critters.

18 thoughts on “Saturday’s Critters

  1. Hello Ellen, wonderful captures of the Herons. Your luncheon sounds nice and great sighting of the heron. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Thank you so much for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your day and weekend!

  2. So you were out and about in my territory—Good fun in LaConner. Did you cross Fir Island by Conway? That is where we saw the Snow Geese. They are there a lot.
    MB

    • Yes, I believe we did. We saw one field of them in the distance before the curve in the road that sends you past Snow Goose Produce. Several years back we saw a field full off of Wylie. That was our first experience seeing what seemed like thousands of them on the field and then taking flight. Happy Saturday to you!

  3. It is really great to you and your family

    On Oct 7, 2017 16:30, “The Happy Wonderer ~ ellen b.” wrote:

    > Ellen posted: “On Friday we picked up our friend Beth and headed north to > La Conner for lunch. We had a window seat at Nell Thorn Restaurant and > while we were eating Beth saw this beauty out the window and knew I’d want > to take a picture of it. I headed ou” >

  4. Such wonderful shots! I saw your comment about warning the deer about hunting season…fortunately for our resident deer, they are protected on Crooked River Ranch where we live, which is a 12,000 acre property. I think that’s why we see them all the time. šŸ™‚ They know they are safe. Have a great week!

  5. O what fun to see a blue heron while eating lunch, you got a great picture of him!! So fun to get out and enjoy the beautiful fall weather too with a friend. šŸ˜Š

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