23 December 2008
Snow, snow, and more snow. We are a little under the weather up here, literally. It has snowed here for most of the last 10 days. Yesterday was the only day we haven't had any. It has started up again today, just a few mild flurries here and there. It is gonna be a white Christmas this year. Our guesstimate is that we have anywhere from 10in to 2ft depending on where your standing.
23 October 2008
02 September 2008
22 August 2008
The moon rise over our back field.
This picture is from my front porch. Pictures do not even show how spectacular this was.
14 August 2008
This was taken at Fort Casey State Park. We are standing on top of the fort.
Walking on the beach, this is a once a week trip. We try to find a new one every week. Chad is getting really tired of going to the beach, but it is my favorite place to be.
This one is us on the cliffs by the lighthouse at Fort Casey.
This was pretty cool, you can't really see it, but this tree is growing out the edge of a cliff at Fort Ebey.
Chad at Fort Casey State Park beside one of the 10in disappearing guns.
the driftwood for hidden doggy treasures.
For some reason, she has a fear of the ocean. It took Chad about 20 min to get her up on this log. If we try to lead her to the water on her leash she will grab the leash, dig her paws in and drag us across the beach away from the water.
Angel and Chad exploring at Fort Ebey State Park.
12 August 2008
When I’ve had a bad day, it is my escape. Sitting and watching the sunset is so peaceful and serene; it melts away the stress of the day and clears my head. All my worries and problems seem so small compared to the immensity of the sun setting slowly into the ocean. I am always in awe of this majestic scene.
I don’t understand how such splendor is in our everyday lives and we just allow it to slip by without notice. In my opinion nothing can compare to the vastness and remarkable beauty of the ocean and sky meeting to say goodnight.