It was a gorgeous morning, and a little bit of pink light poked through the cloud cover when I arrived.
While walking on the new, elevated trail, I found a memorial for a group of friends who died in an auto accident on my 16th birthday.
Was in the mood for lots of flower photos today.
Eventually the sky divided into a blue section and a grey section. Check out the 360-degree photo I made, I'm so glad they render properly on flickr. Of course it got a little wonky on the fences.
Spotted another Honey Bucket for the contest at the water treatment plant.
6.7 miles in 2:35, 15,984 steps
I'm bummed that the hunting trail is really overgrown right now, but I guess it worked out fine, because I was already pretty hungry by the time I left, and 6.7 miles is nothing to sneeze at.
Sam and Steve were being super cute when I got home.
I noticed in my Snapchat videos that my beard was really out of control. Unfortunately, I greatly underestimated just how close my clippers can get on the closest setting, and now my beard's a van dyke for the first time since 2008. My barber is closed Mondays, but she told me she's usually around her shop anyway and I should check with her if I want a Monday haircut, so I texted her this picture. I think shorter hair will help a lot. I also told her I'd bring her one of those hanging air plant vases on the right in the photo.
We went to Harvey's for an awesome breakfast.
Now we're just watching the SeaFair coverage. Garrett reminded me this morning that his annual air show trip is in five days, so I've put in a request for a pretty neat AirBnB that I'm waiting to hear back about. And as I was typing this, my reservation was confirmed! I'll go hiking at Mt. Baker before I drive home. Fun!