Really, would it be too much to ask for everyone to smile? Geez, we're trying to get a Christmas card picture here!
Proof that Lee was on our vacation. He's usually the one behind the camera and we rarely have proof that he'd gone with us.
Me, wondering how old this tree was before it fell down. These pictures were taken in Moran State park. More to come on that later.
Let's guess which way the prevailing winds come out of on Orcas. The pines are none the worse for wear, but many of the deciduous trees can be seen leaning in one direction.
As you can tell, my pictures are out of order. Blogger and I have a difference of opinion as to how many pictures I can load at one time.
Moran State park covers 5,000 acres of untouched old growth trees. The land was donated in 1921, by ship builder, Robert Moran. During the 1930's the Civil Corps of Engineers built all the trails and tower that now stands at the top of Mt. Constitution (2,409 ft). Mt. Constitution is the highest point in the San Juan Island chain.