Wednesday, March 6, 2019

March 6 at Green Lake

Clouds have rolled in this morning and almost a total overcast exists at 8:31 AM. Outdoor temp now 37F. Rain in the forecast later this afternoon. Today's walk 2.89 miles, pace 18:27.

Early sun breaks in the clouds at Green Lake.
March 6th  6:51 AM

Crew already at work.
March 6th  6:37 AM

Last night's sunset across Puget Sound
Olympic Mountains in the distance.
Kind of an "orange delight"
March 5th  6:01 PM
Thanks for stopping by and have a good Wednesday. Don't forget Daylight Saving Time begins next Sunday.

16 comments:

  1. I admire the crew at work. Ver early!

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    1. Yes, they are out early! Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. Hi John, it's nice to see that the snow storm you had didn't stop the Seattle folks from enjoying green lake. Nice photos.
    Connie

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    1. Hi Connie, Thanks for the nice comment. I missed a couple of days walking during our Snowmageddon. So far, in March, I'm on track for a daily walk.

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  3. I would never get tired of the Olympic mountain view . I still remember the Richardson mountains. I'll bet you've never heard of them!

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    1. Hi Red, I have not heard of the Richardson mountains. I will go look them up on Wikipedia. Thanks!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Sandi, and the kind words.

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  5. Hi John- interesting to see the rowers out on the Lake - I wonder if they are Training for the next Olympics. Certainly a great view across the water to the Olympic Mountains. Has been reasonably hot here for early Autumn at 83Deg F. Regards. KEV.

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    1. Hi KEV, I'm not sure what the Crew's goal is but they are out there almost every morning. Hope you have had a good summer. Thanks for stopping by and the comment.

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  6. Hard to pick a favourite. I love that golden glow in the first picture, but then, the mountains against an orange sky is pretty awesome as well. Glad you are back posting and sharing these lovely images. Thanks too, for you very kind words left on my blog.

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    1. Hi Ruth, Thank you, as always, for stopping by and leaving me such kind comments. I like to hear which ones of the pics are your favorites.

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  7. Nice pictures, every one. I'm so glad to have you back, John. I am surprised at the frequency of your posts. I hope you don't feel pushed to produce one daily. I'd like to keep you around! :-)

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  8. Hi DJan, Thank you for stopping by and your comments. Yes, I'm trying something new here. I put a brief explanation at the top of tomorrow's post ... March 7th. And, yes, I hope to stay around for a while! :-)

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