Home again after a long day of traveling and no energy to participate in Wednesday Hodgepodge. Alaska Airlines upgraded me to First Class for my flights home and that was a nice treat. The flight attendant was cheerful and happy to serve which made things even more enjoyable. After landing in Spokane on my second leg of the journey, we made a stop at Hobby Lobby to try to find a few things for the walls of my of our guestrooms that we upgraded to a King bed, etc. My brain was in slo-mo which made making design decisions difficult. We left with two small items and headed to Costco to fill up our vehicle with gasoline and buy a few items. Back on the road home we tried to stop at a favorite spot for dinner in Deer Park but it was closed for some mysterious reason. We tried a new spot in Loon Lake and it was good enough that we will stop there again in the future. Once home we had absolutely no energy left so the unpacking will be slow. Here are some extra photos from a walk along the Beach that my sister and I enjoyed.
Besides the beautiful ocean and beaches we saw both pretty and unusual things on our walk Friday the 10th of June.
The dog walker. This made us smile. This was a group of very well behaved dogs!
And besides seeing things on the ground we spotted this group in the sky.
Getting back in the groove here at home. Thank you for following along and all the kind comments. I’ll be responding soon. And just like that we are at the middle of June!
6 thoughts on “Beach Walk Sightings”
Wow that is a lot of dogs to walk at one time!!
Pretty flowers, I love the dog walker image. The pelicans are one of my favorite birds.
Have a great day!
…I like the mandevilla and the succulents.
It’s such a treat when you are offered an upgrade!
Beaches offer such wonderful surprises. Hmmm, so does Hobby Lobby!
Whew! I just caught up on your last week of posts . . . and no wonder you’re tired! You’ve had a busy week of travel and events! I am sorry for the loss of your family friend, Alice. It’s always hard to say good-bye, even when we know that the loved one is with Jesus. It is good that you were able to be there for her service. And it is wonderful that you were able to spend some precious time with family and friends! Now that you’re home, take your time and recover from the pace of the past days!