It is time for our monthly scavenger hunt - more fun - more photos.
Our clues are
My new pink daisies on my deck table
Pink flowering trees, all over town
6 duck bottoms
Wonderful mailbox planter and house number sign
Bellingham has parks - many parks - some with bridges
A park on a lake, where you can launch your rubber boat and go happily paddling about.
A park on another lake where you can get early shots of the moon rising
And long shots of the moon on the water
Parks where you can take photos of seagulls soaring past
And parks in the middle of town - with waterfalls
And a fish nursery lake - right in town
Our city plants hundreds of flowering trees along the streets
And a calm lake. When new construction of buildings takes place in Bellingham, they have to set aside a certain number of acres for city parks - it is a very big city - with lots of building - and therefore lots of parks for the citizens to enjoy.
Horse back riding is great sport - and I would think this friendly horse would be fun to ride.
Lights on Lake Whatcom at night
A natural night light
SOMETHING YOU COLLECT
Desert Rose dishes - the first ones came from my Granny
Dolls and their clothes. These are Madame Alexander 18" dolls - Poppy Sunshine and Miss Abigail Clarissa Wellington-Jones.
Jadeite dishes and old red handled kitchen utensils.
The rhubarb leaves are very big
This is one big woodpile
I'd say enough wood for a couple winters
My new round table - and the bears waiting for dinner
Pine Siskins at the feeder - having dinner
Old Rock Wall
Ferns growing in moss on a tree
Soft petals in a Double Flowering Peach tree
Raindrops on a goose and on the pond
A nest made of moss and twigs
Clouds curling in the sky
Clouds from the airplane on take off (ok, I stretched that one a bit)
At my friend's house
Sign in a cafe in Acme, Washington
Bubbles - this could be take off - and plastic