Here are all the grandkids having lunch across from the Locks after a fun morning exploring there and Golden Gardens.
This railroad bridge has to go up to let tall sail boats through.
A few salmon were using the fish ladders much to the kids' delight.
Everyone enjoyed looking for rocks and shells in the tide pools.
I don't think this heron was looking for shells or rocks though!
Later on at the end of the week these two from MN (my sister and her hubby) plus Dick's brother and wife (who managed to escape our camera) were among the guests at a surprise party which I thought was going to be a small family BBQ. ( Yep, I was shocked when I walked in the door with my large bowl of requested potato salad and was greeted by family and friends. That is one birthday I will never forget! There even was a photographer, but we've not seen her photos yet.) All six of us had a fun ferry ride one day and explored a bit of the Kitsap Peninsula. Bob and Mary left for San Diego the following day to attend one of their grand daughter's high school graduation. Jane and Ted stayed a couple of days longer, and I'll do another post about those adventures soon. Haven't done much crafting aside from another couple of headbands though.
Apparently this little one has decided headbands are OK as she's finally wearing the one I made at Christmas. It's a tad large though, so I made her this one in her favorite color.
And this one from leftovers from the one I did for Sophia. I made both a bit narrower and snugger, however. (It's a quick and easy pattern!)
That's it for now. I'll be back soon with more about our adventures. Have a Happy Fourth of July or whatever occasion you happen to be celebrating!