|The ferry arriving at Edmonds for a ride over to Kingston|
|The mad dash onto the ferry|
|A bit of a rainbow to make up for all that Washington rain|
|Approaching a magic Washington isle|
|Anna's pic of birdhouses along a nice rustic fence|
|We got a kick out of this big ole elephant along the roadside on the peninsula|
|Anna and the ducks have a little photo op|
|At Greenbank Farms I got a kick out of the duck ponds and its metal heron sculpture|
|The Deception Pass Bridge that gets you back onto one of Puget Sounds many peninsulas|
|Anna at the Deception Pass overlook|
|View from the overlook|
|The Aquarium, which makes a nice background for the iron kids.|
|Pioneer Cabin in the State Park|
|Suquamish Museum and Cultural Center|
The museum, which occupies a modest portion of the faculty, is one of the best thought out museums dedicated to the first peoples I've ever visited.
|Beautiful and detailed quilt in the entryway|
I was blown away by the drop spindle that slowy revolved on its dias. It was, as you can see, quite humongous!
|The magical Butterfly decorated drop spindle|
|Anna assists with canoe transport|
|Everything old and new and artful was displayed in the museum|
Oh! Must mention, no visit with Anna is complete without visiting Frankie, Anna's naughty little cockatiel. Frankie is chock full of character and naughtiness. That's him reading the riot act to his toy/lover/dinosaur. You give that dinosaur what for Frankie!