St. Patrick’s Day offered meager amounts of green on our latest visit.
The greening of the fields and creek banks at Feryn Ranch are still weeks away, but the creamy brown hues of the refuge’s reeds and cattails make worthy subjects.
The following is a cloud I created containing all of the countries from which someone viewed my blog during the last year. Larger fonts represent nations with more numerous visits, smaller fonts represent those with less. Totals were unexpectedly skewed toward South America, likely due to my numerous posts on the World Cup. South Africa also made a splash … not even in the cloud last year, it rose all the way up to second tier. France, India and Indonesia all dropped out while Lithuania, Slovenia and the State of Palestine, among others, all made their debut.
As always, my thanks to every visitor, near and far.
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The following are some pics from our recent visit to the Turnbull Wildlife Refuge near Cheney, Washington.
To plan your trip, click here.
Each October, the salmon and the tourists return to Issaquah, the latter in order to enjoy the annual Salmon Days Festival. We snuck in a week early, allowing us to enjoy the spectacle of the spawning fish without the accompanying throng of humanity. Here are some pics.
To learn more about the Issaquah Salmon Days Festival, click here.
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