Shirley, Solitude, and I enjoyed an overnighter on Whidbey a few weeks ago. Shirley and I had a marvelous time filling our lungs with hill climbs, while Solitude and I wore ear-to-ear smiles and expressed gratitude for the wonderful lives we live. The three of us were overcome with giddiness as we laid our tired bodies down for the night, under the comforting blanket of the trees and the stars.
How delightful it is when an overnight adventure feels as though it is a week in length!
Here are some photos from the overnighter:
|I love red buildings set against green fields and trees.|
I could stare at this view all day long...
|...and this one, too!|
|The lovely waterfront at Coupeville.|
|This adorable bicycle stands outside a thrift shop.|
|"I swear, Officer, I didn't see the sign."|
|The tranquil, meandering path through Rhododendron Park.|
|I drooled as I rode past these various modes of transportation,|
seemingly abandoned in a field.
What amazing tiny home opportunities -- two trailers, a school bus, and a boat!
|My favorite biking snack looks just like the flowers|
atop this cluster of Red Hot Pokers.
|I harvested the Red Hot Pokers |
and replenished my supply of bike treats.