This past summer we had a golden day on the island with the Roundhills and their Scottish adopted family member Beth Duncan. Double Bluff and little Langley (where Beth compared eating pizza on the cliff to the Amalfi coast). And then our little brood road tripped out to find phosphorescence in the pass. We ended up picnicking in Coopeville with live music and a view of ships at sea, then made it to Deception Pass as the sun set. There was no phosphorescence for us (though I did scale a dewy rope down a sand dune to find some…and somehow managed to be accosted by a very slimy slug) but we got to see one of the most breathtaking sunsets, rivaling any Grecian isle’s. The next night was the new moon and Beau and I found glowing waves at Edmonds Beach, so it wasn’t a complete loss! Sometimes you reach for the moon, and land among the stars.
^^That’s Finn log surfing^^
My pictures are all jumbled. I care more about colors than sequenciality while blogging sometimes. Also, I make up words while blogging sometimes. Like sequentiality. So I’m sure you could guess…but I added the twinklies to this picture: Think of it as an artist’s rendition of the evening rather than cheating. WINK WINK!