|On Golden Puget Sound|
|One of a pair of geese wandering about Lincoln Park|
But all that work was done before noon in part because I had uncharacteristically leapt out of bed when I saw there was blue sky around 8:00 a.m. This meant that when we decided on an impromptu bike ride in the early afternoon, the laundry I'd hung out (in February! I love you, crazy early Spring-like day!) was pretty much dry and could be taken down because, of course, we didn't entirely trust the lovely weather to continue.
But it did! It was the first outing for my new Bandbox LLC bike helmet and I must say I do adore it.
The bike ride was what seems to be becoming the usual just-over fourteen mile loop to Jack Block Park (no herons),
|Many cormorants, both pelagic and double-crested, sitting on the docks of Elliott Bay|
|Full house of surfbirds and turnstones. I think.|
|A watchful bald eagle looks out over the Sound|
|Left holding the bikes at Lincoln Park|
|Assorted Barrow's goldeneyes|
|In a shameful attempt to engage readers, three weiner dogs and a puppy|