Looking across the sound to the island with the ferry in the distance.
We took the gang to our favourite park — sorry Angus, we didn’t get to the bakery — to fly kites, admire the view and
pose for the odd piccy.
Rule of thirds? What rule of thirds?
Expensive education? What expensive education?
Our grand circular tour included Deception pass on the north end of Whidbey Island…
The boy’s managed the walk upto Goose Rock – the highest point on the island – and in so doing bagged another summit :-)
But having reached the top, only a quick view across to the San Juan islands was allowed, before F insisted we run down to spend some ‘quality time’ on the beach…
Two grannies came to visit, they had a great time even though many things were closed
Including the beach path at South Whidbey State Park.
But still, we had a great game of hide and seek on the woodland trail.
Checking out the action at Seattle Maritime Festival.
Another year, another May, a different garden, but just as beau-de-ful.
All those late night conference calls on distributed applications with CORBA when H was 6 months old and not sleeping appear to have rubbed off, and not least because I discovered that CORBA was good for something…
Today email via sneaker-net; tomorrow kernel hacker?
Related link: bed time story for under five insomniacs.
It might only be second growth forest, but I’m sure this isn’t the kind of advertising emerald city smoothie had in mind.
Lake Washington is higher than usual (check it out) which meant the beach was under water and instead of playing around the rocks we had to balance on them.
Luckily we had no wet feet!