I am continuing our travels in Washington state on this post. We were driving on Route 20 and after taking the Coupeville Ferry we arrived in Port Townsend. We visited the Fort Worden State Park and the Point Wilson Lighthouse in Port Townsend.
These are some images of the lighthouse, beach and birds seen on our walk around the park. It was a cloudy day, luckily no rain during our walk on the beach and around the lighthouse.
The sky blends into the white color of my blog post. This is the Point Wilson Lighthouse, located in Port Townsend Washington.
A walk on the beach, the body of water is the Strait of Juan de Fuca and is at the west entrance to the Puget Sound.
My mosaic shows various birds we saw while walking on the beach and around the grounds of the park. Some are the Common Murre, various Gulls, Red-necked Grebe, Common Mergansers, Rhinoceros Auklets, Fox Sparrows, Barn Swallow, Oregon Junco and Wilson's Warbler. Click on the mosaic for an enlarged image, the birds look a little better.
Walking on the beach, I had a different view of the lighthouse.
Below is my Lunapic edit of the photo above, I like how the sky changed color.
I loved this rusty old canoe.
My thankful list for today:
It should go without saying, I am thankful to wake up each morning.
I am thankful to be able to travel. Our country has some beautiful places to visit.
I thank you for visiting and your comments.
I hope you enjoyed my post and photos. Thanks so much for visiting and for your nice comments. Have a happy day!
Thank you Michelle for hosting. Thankful Thursday
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