This week’s photos represent history. We went for a drive around Whidbey Island today and found our way to Fort Ebby State Park. We certainly didn’t expect to see a well preserved piece of WWII history.
I’m not sure why, but the photo of the flag really speaks to me. It was taken outside a fire station right after sunset.
The swans we saw were amazing. I had no idea that swans (in huge quantities) migrated through this area. WOW!
The last photo is a Madrone tree. I understand (from my friend) that they only grown on the west coast and they are nearly impossible to transplant. This particular photo almost looks like skin with veins.
Some snapshots from Tikal in Guatemala and Caracol in Belize.
View from the Airplane between Houston and Belize. I just love the colors and I think it tells a story.