View of Puget Sound from Dash Point
Shells of a mature and juvenile clam - these were spitting water here and there from their holes
Banana slug on some kind of stinky cabbage plant.
The dining room at the conference
The beautiful table displays put together by Christine - her children gathered natural things for each table. Isn't it lovely?
There were two scheduled book discussions, one on the Living Page, and the other on this book written in 1903 discussing the "nature study movement" which resonates many CM's truths.
First nature walk group with the beautiful sound behind.
What someone believed was a sapsucker was making holes in this tree.
Someone identified this as a locust. It is so camouflaged, can you see it?
Nature walk through the forest
More fun things we saw on the walk
The beautiful view
Glorious light through the forest greenery
More tiny mushrooms
Can you spot the spider?
Walking down to the sound on the closed storm damaged stairway - this is as close as we got
Catherine Levinson's interesting new book that asks a multitude of people from various walks of life what they thing the imagination is to delve deeper into their thoughts.
A view of the sound on takeoff
Flying by Mt. Ranier
More nature journaling... at 30,000 feet :)
Landing back home with the sunset and the blood moon on the drive home
Captain America picking me up at the airport.