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Salt Creek Recreation Area, Washington




This is a great park, lots of walking & even a WWII bunker. I would show you pics of the bunker but they are so dark, the pics just didn't turn out well, so I will show you shots from around the park. 


We met some many friendly folks. A couple from Alabama originally who wanted to be sure of all the sights we were going to see & ones we should not miss. A couple from Kentucky who had flown out to see Washington & couldn't not believe we had driven the whole out.


"red skies at night sailors delight, red skies in the morn sailors be morn." I am sure you know that saying. I have heard it for years. I did wake up early to check different colors. it's the simple things that will get me out of bed early. so well worth it for sure. ( :


Please check out this vlog from the evening, I am still drooling over all these amazing views. Washington you are so so gorgeous. You go girl!!! Show off, I am so watching. Beth ( :

Comments

Judy said…
Gorgeous, gorgeous photos!
eileeninmd said…
Hello, Beth. Pretty images and videos. This was a nice state park, always great to meet new people while traveling. The views are beautiful. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!
Linda Kay said…
Really beautiful photos to share this morning. Have a wonderful week.
lynn cockrell said…
I have yet to visit Washington state, but have seen so many pictures, travel videos and so on from there. Friends who have traveled there have told me it is a beautiful state and I hope to go there one day! I enjoyed your post!
Linda Kay said…
Such beautiful scenery and photos, and loved the video.
William Kendall said…
What a gorgeous location! Beautifully photographed, Beth.
How beautiful the sun looks on the water!!! xx
Missy George said…
Love the reflection of the sun on the water. Pretty sky and water shots. Have a good week,
Beth
Ruth Hiebert said…
Ok,I feel warmer just watching that video and looking at your pictures. Oh,wait a minute,maybe I'm warmer because I turned up the heat.Either way,you have beautiful scenes to share. Thanks.
TexWisGirl said…
i like that treed island!
Rose said…
Gorgeous shots and gorgeous place!
Can you imagine exploring that little island?! WOW! Great early morning pix, Luv Muffin!...:)JP
Maggid said…
a bright, beautiful day like this would sure be welcome right now . . .well, as long as it's warmer than 18 degrees . . . .(shiver)
Stephanie said…
A gorgeous spot you visited.
Linda said…
Those are beautiful pictures!
Lynn said…
beautiful shots Beth, this is like the area I lived just above W. State in B.C. on the coast, gorgeous country both sides ;-)
Sharon Wagner said…
Beautiful winter park photos. I'd love to take a winter photo safari there.
EG CameraGirl said…
I would love to visit Washington. I haven't been there for a very long time. :)
Vee said…
Such a lovely place... That expression has lots of variations...yours is quite a bit different from the one I know. Hope that it turned out to be wrong.
What a gorgeous place! I love the little island and the colourful skies.
Lisa said…
Your photos are so beautiful! What a peaceful blog.
Sandi said…
That little island!

Wow.

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