|Today is America's 239th Birthday|
This old postcard, from our collection, is almost 100 years old.
Be careful with your firecrackers! :-)
First blooms at Volunteer Park Dahlia Garden ...
Harbor Activity ...
Bulk Carrier Shandong Hai Xing moved into place for loading on the morning of July 2nd. Details on this ship are in the screen shot below from vesselfinder.com
|A couple of Crowley tugs moving the ship early morning July 2nd.|
A portion of the Elliott Bay Marina is in the foreground.
|Moving from anchor to Grain Terminal 86|
|A closer look at the ship's name.|
Home port is Hong Kong
|Info from VesselFinder.com|
Arriving Port of Seattle
July 3rd from Shanghai, China
Visit to the P Patch ...
Right on the edge of our neighborhood is the Interbay P Patch. We stopped by on June 28. Here are a few pics from the Patch ...
|This pic just shows a very small part of the patch.|
Not seen in the photo ... several gardeners working on their patches and a few
other visitors to boot.
|Doesn't this red onion look great?|
|We liked the color and thought it a bit unusual.|
If you are a gardener, and even if you're not, here is our question: Which are your favorites ... the veggies or the flowers?
Moon over Puget Sound ... Very early ... Around 5:30 AM ... July 2nd ...
July 2nd Sunset
|Looking west across Puget Sound|
Olympic Mountains in the distance.
|Record High Temperature set today|
at SEATAC airport = 93F
We wish the heat would stay down South!!!
Thank you for stopping by John's Island.