Snowstorms, hiking at Frenchman's Coulee, Aldermarsh yoga retreat, Twin Falls Idaho, a new kayak.
|Anti-lockdown rally in Olympia||Billy's cafe|
|With Lyucy at Frenchman's Coulee||This lady has a "pandemic bubble" business at Gene Coulon park, you can rent her things to have an "outdoor" picnic.||At the University of Washington||Snowshoeing (actually didn't need snowshoes ) around Gold Creek||Chambers Bay Golf Course||A rally in Olympia||Fixing the back of my trail running shoes||A snowstorm - heavy snow, almost a foot!||The kids build a snow fort!||Eric visited Asheville. Heidi gets her nails trimmed||A trip to Anacortes||I played the ukulele at Bellevue Downtown Park||At the yoga retreat at Aldermarsh||Taking a hike...||The path to the yoga center was along this path, lots of skunk cabbage||The sauna||Daphne Odora - smells so sweet!||The retreat house was very well maintained, still had all its old fixtures (windows, etc), probably from about the 40's or 50's||A portrait of Peter||Along Newport Shores - a water exercise bike||This house looks like it hasn't been lived in for a while||Egg hunt||Another egg hunt||In old downtown Twin Falls - an old gas station||Crater of the Moon National Monument||Peter made this snowball...more like a dessert roll, picking up rocks as it went||A tree mold - the lava solidified around a tree, and you can see the pattern of the bark||Interesting rocks||The Snake River at Twin Falls||Perrine Bridge||I. B. Perrine, credited as the founder of Twin Falls and other towns in the Magic Valley region.||At City of Rocks state park||Rock clevage.||We had a great lunch, perched up among the rocks||Shoshone Falls||The ramp that Evel Knieval rocketed off, in 1974, trying to reach the other side of Snake River.||On top of the ramp||At the Minidoka internment site, where Japanese people were interned during WWII, close to Twin Falls||The root cellar that they built||The walls are braced against the wind||Lenticular clouds off Mt Rainier||My new orukayak||At our Green Lake walk - a tug-of-war game||My new Oru Kayak, in the water|