. . . sunshine is always a great excuse for a walk on Bainbridge . . . but the crisp air & inspired fall colors make exercising easy at the end of the work day . . . October & November are two of my favorite months on Bainbridge . […]
Happy Thanksgiving from Bainbridge Island As a working mom the days can be long, but the years . . . they are way too short. I am continually stunned when the holidays show up each year. Yet, I love the down-time and the opportunity to reflect. In short, I am […]
About the Weather . . . Does it Really Rain All the Time? There is a poster you can buy in souvenir shops in Seattle that we locals find amusing. It says “We Turn the Rain Off When You Leave.” Kinda true. My parents look at the weather forecast from […]
Farmer’s market happens in the winter too The last outdoor Farmer’s Market is in a few weeks on November 12th, and the market has had a great run this summer and fall. The addition of the local chef’s series added a fun flair to an already enjoyable Saturday morning routine. […]
A Waterfront Walk Through Fort Ward Park Not too long ago a friend of mine who has lived here for over two years said she had never been to Fort Ward Park. I was shocked. Fort Ward Park (having formerly been Fort Ward State Park) is on most maps. There […]
Sunny September The Summer of 2011 is still going strong. The sun and heat (88 degree days) really found us in September. Here is a look at some of the sunny days May through September around Bainbridge Island. It will be ok if these sunny days stick around for October […]
The participants of the 2011 Chilly Hilly saw it all: freezing temperatures, rain, snow . . . I guess they saw it all, except a little sun. I got up early, not to ride, but to take photos of the first ferry unloading at 8:30am. My fingers were frozen after […]
Yesterday IslandWood opened their trails to the public. Between the suspension bridge and canopy tower, it was like taking an exotic rainforest eco-tour, just five minutes from our house, very cool. Thanks IslandWood!