The Boeing glow was the biggest I've ever seen. Normally I take the photo from the yacht club building, but this one was big enough that it was easy to get a photo from way over on the road.
Lots of cool plant/flower photos to get yesterday. Those are a great way to embrace the square Instagram format.
I love how the houses on Grand Avenue loom over the marina. Down at ground level, the left side is where all those herons were the other day. I wanted to check if they were still hanging around, but there was exactly one car parked right by there and it was awkward.
The sky over the water was amazing, and made me sad that I pointed the Podo toward the opposite direction hoping for a sunrise.
The Podo was attached to the rightmost picnic table leg.
6.08 miles in 2:10, 13,823 steps
Once I got home, I realized I could charge the Podo up while I showered, get the photos off it, then leave it outside all day. That came out nice.
Saturday's the only day of the week I don't have an alarm set for 4:00am. Today I woke up and checked the time. 4:05. It's fine, I don't really believe in sleeping in anyway. Perfect opportunity to retrieve the Podo, charge it for a bit, then set it up again for the sunrise. As gorgeous as it was, the trees make it hard to see most of the color in a wide shot.
Once that was over, there was a very nice view of the mountains.