To Coupeville and Back

Being 1,800 miles away from home, Andy offered (or did I just say I was going??) to take me to his parent's house for Mother's Day.  After lunch and a visit with my wonderful second family, we visited Fort Casey down by the ferry terminal in Coupeville, Washington.   My belly full with a half a …

Happy New Year!

The journey through Coupeville, Washington ends with this unidentified object.  It appeared to be combination of crab and  beach stones, fused together to create some sort of festive pier decoration.   It was so ugly, it was beautiful! I started my photo blog last March on Blogspot, which was dedicated to images from my cell phone.  The …

Driftwood Alley

I felt like I was missing a limb today.  We had sleet, snow, hail, rain, and the most beautiful skies I have ever seen....and me without my camera to capture the Skagit Valley weather!  By the time I made it home from work, it was dark and uninteresting.      So instead, my photo journey through Coupeville, Washington continues....which …

It all happened so fast

Between the piles of the Coupeville Pier, seagulls were swimming back and forth.  I got plenty of pictures of that, but then one took flight.  If I hadn't already been in the process of putting my camera away, I could have gotten more shots.  Sometimes good moments happen too fast!  I am happy with this …

Embracing My Inner Viking

Yesterday was good in a way that I can't express very well with words.   Home has been this transient term for me the past 10 years as I have  traveled and moved, formed and dissolved relationships.  Family best describes people who are always 1,800 miles away.  As much as I love Bellingham, Washington I often …