For the rest of this year and well into next, I'll be heading out in the morning in darkness, too.
There's really nothing to worry about in Mukilteo, though. I stumbled on a couple of rocks because I couldn't see very well, but that's about it.
This overgrown shack is still a bit too creepy, though. Mainly because it'd take a while to navigate all the thorny vines, and if you encountered something scary in there, you'd get caught in them while running out.
While I don't appreciate all the darkness, the encroaching fall colors are fun.
The beach builders are still hard at work. And I didn't get a photo anywhere but Snapchat, but that boat is still on the beach.
I cut the walk a little short because I also wanted to go to Howarth Park. So of course the clouds started getting interesting.
I've made plans with a friend to try to walk from Howarth Park Beach to Pigeon Creek Beach during low tide a week from tomorrow, and was hoping to see if it's possible today. It was halfway between low and high tide by the time I got there, though, so I couldn't tell. It was a nice trip over there, though. The path from the parking lot was blocked by fallen trees, but I confirmed before I left that the other lower path is clear.
4.96 miles in 1:53, 11,793 steps, 256ft gain
The delivery window for my new mattress was noon-2pm, and they made it at about 2:10. I called my barber to see if she had any openings this afternoon, but she didn't, so I took a nap with Sam and Steve. It was nice.