Thursday, May 7, 2015

Park Hosting

From Poulsbo we went directly to Blake Island State Park, where we will spend two weeks being volunteer hosts.  It is one of our favorite places in all of Puget Sound.


Approaching Blake Island, across the sparkling water, with Mt. Rainier peeking out from his blanket.

Yes.  An eagle, in what I call 'the eagle tree'.

With the moon rising above that same eagle.

These two greet the morning sun with a duet.

There is a nesting pair of killdeer.  Part of our hosting duties include ensuring that visitors to the park mind the warning tape.  Mid-week, we have 'boatloads' of school children on field trips.

Saturday night there was even a Prom.  Their boat arrives at sunset.

A watchful totem.

Viking Star can peek across to Seattle, at high tide.

After the parade, we move to the east side of the island to watch the near-full moon rise. 

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