Sunday, November 29, 2020
Monday, November 9, 2020
Sunday, November 8, 2020
Another day, another lake. This time it's Lake Padden Park, adjacent to the 10-mile long lake that's the water supply for about 85,000 people, half of the residents of Bellingham.
It's a beautiful Sunday and rain is predicted for the next several days, so we decide to drive to Bellingham and take a walk along Hertz Trail.
From the sign near the parking lot, it's about a half-mile walk down a gentle slope to the trail.
The trees are majestic.
We walk for a mile, find a bench with a view, and stop to eat the sandwiches we've brought along.
We then retrace our way back to the car, racking up a gentle and exceedingly pleasant three miles as we share the trail with friendly singles, couples, and families with children and pets. It's so nice to see people again, even when socially distanced.
Monday, November 2, 2020
The path around the lake is wide with only a few ups and downs.
We mainly enjoy the beautiful scenery, particularly the Fall Colors.
The trees are impressive as well. We never feel bored, no matter how many times we find ourselves in a Northwest Rain Forest.
Sunday, November 1, 2020
Saturday, October 24, 2020
There are apparently a number of weddings held here weekly, but we didn’t notice any of those.
Monday, September 28, 2020
Right now we’re using up a couple of our Alaska Lounge passes to relax at SEA for a few hours before flying up to Bellingham.
Among other experiences, this trip has taught us to sympathize with those who have to wear masks and/or shields eight hours a day.
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
We wander through the statue garden and see several famous heroes of the battle, including Davy Crockett in his coonskin cap.