Category Archives: Photography

Happy Hour from Hurricane Ridge

Relaxing with a nice cold beer looking over a beautiful sunset on the Strait of Juan de Fuca seems to be an ideal time to jot down a few thoughts on a Friday Happy hour from our mini-vacation in the beautiful town of Port Angeles.  If you are not familiar with the geography, Port Angeles… Read More »

Vibrant!

Taking a brief diversion to participate in The Daily Post Photo Challenge.  The theme this week is Vibrant, and having just got back from Maui, I have a few options to add some color in the midst of winter. We paid a visit to the awesome Maui Ocean Center in Ma’alaea Bay on our recent vacation and enjoyed… Read More »

Farewell 2015!

A real quick post tonight before our in-house festivities begin to wish all my blogging friends a very happy and healthy New Year and bid farewell to 2015! I’ve already posted a race summary for the year, so will keep this one short and to the point so we can all get cracking on bringing… Read More »

2015 Race Gallery

With race season officially ending on Thanksgiving Day at the Mukilteo 10K, here’s a quick look back through the 2015 race gallery.  It was not a huge year in terms of number of races but there were several quality events resulting in PRs in three of the four mainstream distances.  In addition to the racing and travelling, Wifey… Read More »

Daily Post Picture of the Week – Sunrise on the Sound

This week’s fun photographic diversion and entry for the Daily Post Picture of the Week is taken from my daily commute, which has to be one of the most scenic train commutes in the world! From the Daily Post website photo them page: Change is commonly defined as “to give a completely different form or appearance to;… Read More »

Daily Post Picture of the Week – Seattle

A quick change to participate in the fun Daily Post Picture of the Week.  My picture is titled, Behind the Seattle Skyline Credit to Wifey for the idea who was participating in the weekly picture theme of the week on her site, and gave me the idea to snap a picture of the Seattle skyline… Read More »