So that first day after the Green River Trail, I hiked Alki. Again.
|Hey, look, paddling boards or something. That's new! |
I hadn't taken a picture of those before! =)
|Later in the afternoon, after my Alki walk was done and I was walking home,|
I found this little message. Hey, that's new too! And I couldn't help myself--
I giggled. I sense some pent-up anger from the person who wrote the message.
The next day, I took another evening stroll around Alki, which limited my photo opportunities even further. At least I brought my small, portable tripod along this time, so my night photos aren't nearly as blurry this time. =)
|And, of course, the Space Needle, at night!|
So Amanda printed out some letterboxing clues, we loaded the car with camping gear, and we were off!
We stopped at the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge, just off of I-5, along the way, where I hiked every trail in the refuge, along with my buddy, Wassa Jr.
|Hey, is that what I think it is?|
|Yes! It is! A turtle! =)|
|I loved tossing these helicopter seeds into the air|
when I was a kid. I refrained from doing so on this hike, however. =)
|Wassa Jr. takes a closer look at the views!|
|I gave the camera to Wassa Jr. for awhile, |
but he kept getting his thumb in the photos. *shaking head*
|I'm not sure why Wassa took this photo of the viewing deck's bird-poop-covered roof.|
I don't think I'll let him use the camera anymore....
|After our hike, we built up a huge appetite and satisfied it further down I-5|
at Burgerville. Wassa was especially excited about Amanda's onion rings!
|Late in the afternoon, we did a short hike near the Lewis River.|
I don't remember what this waterfall is called, though.