Langus and Discovery Park hikes Aug 2011


Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />This is the I-5 freeway bridge crossing the Snohomish River at Everett.Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />Tansy flowers, a weed!Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />Knotweed blooming, a pesky weed plant. Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />Fran posing with the Knoteweeds.Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />Knotweed blooms.Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />A small boat cruises down the Snohomish River.Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />Ron Black Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />Loosestrife is an invasive plant that is hard to eradicate.Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />Loosestrife is an invasive plant that is hard to eradicate.<br />Fran BlackLangus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />Spirea alng teh water's edge, with saw dust stockpiled across the way.Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />Loosestrife is an invasive plant that is hard to eradicate. Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />This jet ski was a fast moving sight, and with no other tarffic on the river, he had a great time.Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />Loosestrife is an invasive plant that is hard to eradicate.Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />The wind is harvesting seeds.....Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />Morning Glory vines Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />The tall lamp pole has an osprey nest...Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />The tall lamp pole has an osprey nest...Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />Backside of the knotweed leaf...Langus Riverside Park, Everett, WA Aug 9, 2011<br />I guess the jet ski we saw doesn't create any wake, but certainly didn't go slow! Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Fran likes to climb trees still.....Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Fran BlackDiscovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />OK, we don't know the name of this flower...Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />This radar dome is still in use here.... Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Funny little berries look like nesting eggs.Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Ron balances the tree.....Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Tide is out....Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />The trail drops as we head for the lighthouse. Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />This is a Thursday, not many boats on the water this morning.Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Interesting small waves along this sand spit.Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />The lighthouse at West Point, Discovery Park.Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />The lighthouse at West Point, Discovery Park. Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Driftwood shelter on the lighthouse beach.Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />A small sign reads Sea Breeze Cottage.Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Pebbles on the beach.Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Someones's memorial to broken seashells. Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Fran is out for a walk....Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Terns and Gulls...Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Rose hips... Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Tall grass...Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />A rest stop as we walk back uphill.Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Fran hides behind the tree on this nice walkway.Discovery Park, Seattle, WA Aug 11, 2011<br />Lovely lily bloom near the Chapel.

These are images by Ron Black using his HS10 Fuji "Bridge" camera.   This is a light easy to carry camera with a very wide range zoom lens, convenient to have along on a long hike.

These are images from our August 2011  hikes, this one  to Langus Park in Everett, and to Discovery Park in Seattle, WA.

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