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Previous posts this year on our visits to the Puget Sound Dahlia Garden … First look … second visit … third visit.
If you have a favorite please let us know in with a comment.
Beyond dahlias ...
Fall colors ...
These snaps are all within the last week.
Ships spotted ...
In our last post we shared the photo below of the CMA CGM Dalila arriving in the predawn darkness on Friday.
|CMA CGM Dalila|
Arriving in predawn darkness.
Friday, October 7th 5:30 AM
|CMA CGM Dalila|
Departing at sunset.
Monday, October 10th 6:30 PM
|Coast Guard Cutter|
October 11th 8:51 AM
Bainbridge Island in the distance.
|Cap Jervis Container Vessel|
Owned and operated by Hamburg Süd Liner Services
Flies the flag of Liberia
October 12th 1:37 PM
|October 14th 12:58 PM|
Smaller container vessel arriving during our wind storm.
Note "white caps" on Puget Sound
|Two for One|
It's unusual to catch ships passing out in the Sound.
Hanjin northbound, Matson southbound.
October 13th 9:45 AM
|Hanjin Seattle Container Vessel|
Arriving Seattle October 14th
This vessel seemed unusually close to the Marina,
especially considering our significant wind storm!
Postcards for the Weekend ...
It's time to link up again with Maria's Connections to the World and Postcards for the Weekend. This week's theme: children/child. Here's what we found in the collection ...
|That's right: Four happy babies!|
Publication date for these postcards is probably around 1900 to 1910. The back of the cards indicate they were published in Germany and are part of a series 7662. These are embossed cards. Be sure to check out other Postcards for the Weekend from other bloggers.
While we are smiling, let us recommend a video ...
We would like to thank Bethany Carson, who publishes the blog Today Liberty or Death, and one of her followers, Martha, who publishes Plowing Through Life, for bringing to our attention the video below. Watch this for some smiles and truth! The Restaurant of Life ...
We can't close with a few sky photos ... hope you enjoy!
|October 11th sunset 6:33 PM|
Southern portion of Olympic Mtns in far distance.
Looking out over Puget Sound.
|Eye of the storm?|
Friday afternoon, October 14th
Wow, it has been WINDY today!
October 11th 6:35 PM
Olympic Mountains from Seattle, Washington
Closing thought ...
There is no coming to heaven with dry eyes.