I was lucky because there was also fog down in the lowest part. I could feel the temperature drop ten degrees and I walked down into it, it was great.
I think the salmon habitat they're working on is going to be much bigger than I previously thought. They've brought in a bunch more equipment and suddenly they're clearing out a lot more areas. If they do what I think they're doing, a lot of where I like going now will be underwater, but today I was able to take advantage of the work they're doing and walk much further through a lot of different areas that weren't accessible before.
It was a really great sunrise and I'm glad I went out there.
Did a hyperlapse on the drive home. There's a little extra spinning because of the side trip to go get the Podo.
Today's time lapse is really neat. Takes a while for the cloud action to start, but the fog before that's pretty cool.
After I got back, we went out to breakfast at our neighborhood bar, then over to the farmers market, which was really nice. I especially wanted to go this week after the manager was on the latest Live in Everett podcast. I think she's the one who helped me find the cheese vendor today!
Now we're home watching Close Encounters of the Third Kind. My kinda day.