Of course, my attitude would be different if I was out at noon instead of sunrise, that's for sure. It was still nice and cool out.
This flipped one is the only one I didn't save in the square format.
Here are the rest.
There were so many ducks, geese, and herons around. Many cool encounters.
Today's the first day in years that I've heard a dial tone in person.
After watching this time lapse, I finally realized I should point the camera down so more of the water shows if it's a really clear morning.
I spent a lot of time during this walk thinking about how great it really is to live here. It's on the water, but not outrageously expensive, or a tourist trap, or too small. I can get to tons of great walking spots in ten minutes, and have an awesome pool a few blocks away. Plus it's in the middle of a bunch of other cool places. Not a lot of cities have so many other ones on their border as we do: Marysville, Snohomish, Mill Creek, Lynnwood, and Mukilteo. I'm really glad Garrett was born here, because I doubt Everett would have been on my radar at all otherwise.