Thanks to Natalie for hosting Three Things Thursday, “three things big or small, that have made you happy this week.”
(Click on any photo to see a larger version.)
One: Whirligig Pterodactyl
At least we think this is a whirligig. There was very little wind when the photo was taken, so we didn’t see the pterodactyl fly.
I’m always amazed at how creative some people are!
Two: Rubber Ducky Raft
There was some waterskiing going on in Commencement Bay, and these folks had pulled up to watch. Later we read in the paper that this was some kind of national championship competition.
These folks had one of the best seats in the house.
Three: Live Like the Mountain is Out
The area around Tacoma, WA, USA, is called the South Sound because we sit at the bottom of Puget Sound. And although Seattle, which is not in the South Sound area, likes to try to commandeer our mountain, we folks down here know that Mount Rainier is really OUR mountain.
Live Like the Mountain is Out is a slogan and movement of SouthSoundProud.
Over the years I’ve posted a lot of photos of Mount Rainier because I love it so much. But you need to see one more, because this one was taken last weekend, on perhaps the clearest day we’ve had in our four years in Tacoma. And it looks even better if you click for the larger view.
Once again, thanks to my husband for his great photo skills.
Have a wonderful week!
© 2017 by Mary Daniels Brown