Monthly Archives: October 2018

Seven Warblers (two lifers) – with a Dark Side

Given the season and weather, plus past experience, I probably should have known better, but with clearing skies this morning, I was torn about whether to get out for a hike up a trail, or stay home and make some … Continue reading

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Migrating Geese

Despite not finding much wind on our outing late last night, it was apparently not done with us yet. I woke up during the early morning hours a couple of times to gusting wind and heavy rain hitting the window. … Continue reading

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Gavan Hill Trail

The photos in this one I had previously published, but in the time since I wrote what follows and got the photos processed, I had forgotten that I wrote this entry and have just rediscovered it on January 11th, so … Continue reading

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October Storm

For the first time this fall, stormy weather came to visit. Winds picked up overnight, and occasionally I woke to the sound of rain (and gutter overflow – time to clean the pine needles out) on the roof. I was … Continue reading

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Alaska Day

Rowan was interested in watching the Alaska Day parade and the timing worked out for me between work calls, so she and I walked down to the roundabout after lunch (my dad went out to look for berries to pick, … Continue reading

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Clouds and Crescent Harbor

Dramatic cloud formations over the Sisters providing a backdrop for Crescent Harbor on a generally overcast day.

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