A typical April in the Pacific Northwest is one where the sky is overcast with a serene grey tone. Those intermittent days when the sun truly comes out feels worlds apart from these blue tinged days-- more exciting, yes, yet not nearly as contemplative as the ones where the sky never lets in a single ray of sunlight. From the Mima Mounds of Central Washington to the banks of Hood Canal, see the allure...
|At the Mima Mounds outside of Olympia.|
...back out to Hood Canal which I last blogged about in July 2011.
|The runaway beach ball-- eventually retrieved.|
|61 degrees Fahrenheit-- time for swimsuits!|
|Creating our own warmth with endless fires both inside and out.|
I feel like all this grey creates a state of being that makes me think that something pending is just around the corner. Wondrous things maybe. As such, I'll take these days and bake a cake before reading a book while seriously bundled up! No matter the state of the sky, enjoy your final days of April.