Needless to say, there was much to photograph in the canyonlands that my wife and I visited throughout the week, I’ve got one more for you today, from just west of Zion National Park, and followed by that, since we were still in peak hiking habit upon our return, and I was so pleased to see water and greenery after so long in the desert, a snapshot from the Chuckanut Ridge Trail, overlooking the Salish Sea and the San Juan Islands, just a few miles from our home.
Ok, I know, I just got back from a trip!
Well, it turns out that after having gotten waterlogged, diving in the cold waters of the Pacific Ocean off of northern California a few weeks ago, I need to go to the desert to dry out and warm up.
Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks, here I come!!!
It’s also a milestone trip for my family, as it will be the first time my wife and I have traveled anywhere of significance without our son, whom, at 17.5-years of age, is going through a fairly typical, if hard to accept, preference for spending time with his girlfriend and other friends.
Things will be quiet here at Fish & Bicycles until after we return on May 23rd, so, while I’m gone, if you’re so inclined, please feel free to browse around in any of the following ways:
- Tags: In the sidebar, under Stuff About…, you can click on any of the Tags and see all the posts I’ve done that have at least something to do with those topics.
- Recurring Series: At the top of the page, hover over the Recurring Series drop-down menu and select from options like Celebrating Progress, which applauds businesses adopting sustainable practices; Eyecatchers, a collection of photos, graphics, and videos that have, well, caught my eye; Video Fridays, my favorite video of the week pick; and more.
- Archives: Towards the bottom of the sidebar, select a specific month to see everything I posted in that time period.