One Week – Walk #21

Among Southeastern Washington State’s many attributes I adore its variety.  We have variety in variety. Routine quickly becomes tedium in my apartment, so this climate suits me.

The photos from the same week suggest spring, summer, fall and winter – and it’s barely mid fall.

7 days into my fall garden box:

Sweet Alyssum popping up between the fallen leaves:

Ducks ducking out on the Columbia River:

The Blue Bridge over the Columbia River from Columbia Park Trail ( Columbia River images (c) courtesy Julie Wetherby used by permission):

Yep. Snow.

Late morning sunlight glaring from the frozen tarps on the wood bins …

…before the rain returned…

Rain don’t bother Chex – photo taken from indoors ;>

Happy Walking, Bloggers!

“As long as the earth remains, there will be planting and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night.” Genesis 8:22 (NLT)

 

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7 responses to “One Week – Walk #21

  1. Your weather is more changeable than ours!

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  2. Anonymous

    Wait – an apartment in southeastern Washington? Last I heard, it was a cabin in Texas. Where the heck are you, girl, and why?

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  3. Lovely photos. Looks like the perfect place for a walk, followed by a cup of hot chocolate! 🙂

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    • Walking along one of the rivers has become a high priority since I returned. While I was away I regretted not making the time. I totally agree especially a walk on a brisk, cool day followed by a steaming mug. {happy sigh}.

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  4. I agree; it’s very nice.

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