Olympic Park Greats: Top 3

2011 10 24_0396eThe Olympic National park is huge…that’s why it’s taken me 3 posts to tell you my top 10 favorites. Today’s post will end this Tree-loving Trilogy with my Top 3 favorites (actually, all of it’s my favorite, but I had to number them…so these are my last three to talk about)

Reason 3 Why I love the Olympic Peninsula is…

Lots of Lakes

There’s a lot of rain here. That’s why it’s so green and lush. There are rivers, creeks, and lakes everywhere. Continue reading

Olympic Park Greats: 6-4

DSC01190Last week I promised to tell you about my near-death experience in the Olympic National Park. It had nothing to do with this buck in this picture. He was quite kind and very accommodating though while I took his picture (so I decided to reward him by making him famous on my blog; ha!). But my near-death experience did have to do with wildlife.

So here I go…continuing with my Olympic countdown. Continue reading

Olympic Park Greats: 10-7

DSC01323My family just returned from a fun-filled trip to the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. It was mystical. I’ve decided to share my Top 10 Favorites with you (but in several posts, so this won’t be a novel).

You won’t find these reasons in a travel log, but it would be cool if you did. Therefore, I am making my own JoyintheMoments travel log. Now on to the Olympic countdown! Continue reading

Savoring Summer

spring iris 017Summer is awesome! I’ve been loving mine so far. I keep walking out in the backyard, and I feel like I’m in heaven. Everything is so pretty this year…the irises (of course), the dogwood, the weeping willows, the evergreens, the roses and lilies, and the grass. The evergreens have gone crazy putting out new growth. Maybe that deep freezing winter we had did some good. Ahhh!

A couple weeks ago, one of my college daughters came home for a visit. We had a lot of fun. We hiked Continue reading