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So Much Activity for a Single Month


Canada Day in Comox

My grandparents live in Comox.  It's far enough away that you don't pop over for a meal, but close enough that you don't plan a major vacation around it.  We were thinking of coming over for Victoria day, but by the time we got around to reservations, it was impossible so we fell back to coming on Canada Day.  I haven't been in Comox for Canada day (ever!) so I was surprised at some of the activities.

We arrived Friday night so Saturday morning we went to the Canada Day Parade in downtown Courtenay.  It's been a long time since I've been to a parade.

CH-149 Cormorant Fly Over
Being Courtenay, things are a little different than a parade in Vancouver.  The local military base had a fly over and the local tractor club also had a good show.  The kids really like the free candy!

David On His TractorMorley On His Tractor


After the parade we tried to go to Lewis park to the where food tents and activities had been organized.  Big mistake - 45 minute lineups for everything.  Instead we went to the deli at the grocery store and then went to the beach for a bit of play.

Claira Cold At The Beach

On Water Floating Fireworks

Courtney/Comox saves it's fireworks dollars for BC day in August but there are fireworks in Campbell River, about a 45 minute drive North of Courtenay.  After dinner, I drove up with my parents and Nara.  We arrived about two hours before the fireworks and had no problem finding a front row patch of grass to take in the fireworks.  We took turns walking around the booths while the rest of us staked out our grass spot.  The barge arrived about an hour before the fireworks went up.


The fireworks show was really well done - this wasn't the local fire department launching a single shell at a time.  I was particularly impressed with the floating fireworks - they had fireworks floating on the ocean burning for at least 30 seconds while the fireworks burst overhead.  I hadn't seen that before.

Colour Fireworks Over BargeDetail Of ExplosionRed Fireworks With SpectatorSunset And Palm Trees In Fireworks

Long weekends are almost magical - on a regular weekend we arrive Saturday morning and leave Sunday afternoon - roughly 24 hours on the ground.  We arrived Friday night and didn't leave until Monday after lunch - two whole days in town.  The valley has a lot of beaches so we decided to visit a few.  I'm a big fan of Kai Bay when the tide is out (lots of sand) so we took a trip down in the morning with the low tide.

 
Claira On ASwingWalking At Kye BayFace Of Hemigrapsus OregonensisChewed On Sand Dollar

 
Kitty Coleman Beach is another favorite - it's half way to my Aunt's house and it has a great view for picnic's so we have visited there for dinner picnics and to take in the view.

Claira And Nara Making Monster FacesClaira Blowing BubblesNara Blowing Bubbles

Mount Washington

I enjoy taking photos, but sometimes mixing photography and kids turns things into a death march.  I've discovered that getting up early and doing the photography thing on my own is often a productive way to get some photography in without making everyone else operate on my schedule.  This time I decided to go up to Mount Washington to see the sun rise in Paradise meadows.

Lake Fog As Sun RisesPre Sunrise FogSun Burning Off Morning Fog

Frosty Drummonds Cinquefoil
I had this idea that I would try and see Vancouver Island Marmot's, but it turns out they don't live anywhere near paradise meadows.  On the flip side, the wildflowers and morning fog was well worth the effort of getting up so early in the morning.

Jeffreys ShootingstarJuvenile Golden-Crowned Kinglet

Fog On Early Morning Lake



Visiting Great Grandparents


Watching Video On The Phone
We have a minimum of one great grandparent visit a day - some days two.  We are a bit of a handful (often coming over for lunch) so I'm sure everyone needs a bit of a rest after our visit.  I try to avoid every visit being a photo session because the goal is to get people to talk to each other, not to get wooden photographs.  We were lucky to get a sunny day for photos and Edna's flowers were in bloom on the back deck.


Four Generations In One PhotoGrandma And Two Great Grandchildren
I am happy with how the photos turned out.  I took a minimum of photo combining which happens whenever you get a group photo.  Thanks everyone for hosting us!

Kids With Great Grandparents
 

Mark in Town for a Visit

Xander Ready With BubblesNoelle With Bubbles
Mark's Grandmother had her 95th birthday.  Mark flew out from Japan to celebrate.  He passed through Vancouver and joined us for a pot luck dinner/birthday party at Eric and Gabi's party room. 


We had five kids at the party of roughly overlapping ages - thankfully Gabi and Eric had planned some kids activities.  The big balloons were a hit - we went into the courtyard and played five kids keep two balloons in the air.

Claira With Blue BalloonFive Kids Trying To Keep Two Balloons AirborneClaira With Red BalloonNoelle With Red Balloon
 
After some outside play time and a pot luck dinner we had some cake.  
 
  Blowing Out Birthday CandlesMicheal With CakeMark With Cake
 
  The kids stayed inside and played with the balloons.  I can't say it was all exactly peaceful.

Claira Sword FightingSword Fighting With Eyes Closed

Beach Walk in Boundary Bay

Boundary Bay is an amazing beach in the Lower Mainland - we don't visit often enough.  The bay is huge an so close to flat that the beach extends for kilometers when the tide is really out.

Nara In Shallow GrassNara With Bright Blue Sky


Nature Vancouver organized an tide walk to check out the various kinds of life on the beach.  We started high on the beach (lots of snails) and then walked

Nice Sand Dollar ShellWhite Bubble Shell On Eel Grass

Lugworm Egg Sack And Waste
The real story of the day was the Lugworms.  These sizable (about 6 inches long) worms live beneath the sand, slowly consuming and expelling the beach looking for nutrition in the sand.  In doing so, they move the oxygen poor sand (dark colour) to the surface where it picks up air and basically turn the beach over making new habitat.  It's reproduction time so each Lugworm has an egg sack attached near it's head.  The sack, roughly the size of an unfilled balloon contains thousands of larval lugworms - each about a millimeter in size.  These are pretty large animals (compared to the millions of snails) and there are a lot of them.

Lugworm Egg SackLugworm Piles To Mirage Horizon


Bloodworm On Sample Tray
Nara helped us find some other worm species.  We found a bloodworm - a popular snack for shorebirds during their migration.  Closer to the ocean we found a Giant Pile Worm.  Both worms were quite active when we put them in the tray - Nara added some sand to the tray and one worm burried itself and stopped moving so much.  She thought it must be happy.

Giant Pile Worm

Giro Di Burnaby

Peloton Chased By Mc Laren 540
Bob from work had a good time at speed week last year so when he offered a ride up, I took him up on his offer.  The weather wasn't great (light rain) but the rain stopped minutes before the first race (women's) started.  By the time the race was done, the roads were dry.


Being my first bike race, a few things surprised me.  First - the crowd isn't that deep.  The course is a little over a kilometer long so there is probably 2km of front row seats - more than enough for the crowd that showed up to see the race.  Second - they are biking fast!  I bike to work, but the speed on display was really impressive compared to what I see day to day.

Mens Peloton Into First CornerStanding Riding Up HillBlur Of Bikers Riding By
 
Riding Into The GlareCutting The Corner Tight
Finally, I was impressed by just how many kinds of photos are available at the event.  I brought two lenses - a 80-200mm and a 14mm lens - two very different lenses.  I had no problem using both.

Iona Beach

Western Tanger Female On Scotch Broom

We had sent the kids to my parents for the weekend so we had a day without kids in Vancouver.  I decided to take Helen for a mini-bird walk at Iona Beach.  It was the heat of the day so we didn't want to stay out for long and I didn't have much luck with birds, but I get a photo of species I haven't previously recorded.

Summer Vacation in Victoria

Helen gets two weeks of summer vacation.  We spent one week camping, we decided to spend another week in Victoria to visit Grandma and Grandpa. 

American Goldfinch Male Under Shade

Outerbridge Park

Bewicks Wren In Cedar
Outerbridge Park is just down the road from my parents house.  This 9 acre park used to be someone's personal property but they donated it to the city near the end of their life.  My mom actually met Mrs. Outerbridge at Hospice before she passed.  The city has organized volunteers to maintain the space and it is a refuge for wildlife and people alike.    Sometimes I went by myself with a camera and a big lens, sometimes I went with the kids and a small camera.  Each trip reveals something special.


 
Female Anna Feeding On The WingSkipperDamaged Hind WingFrayed Wings



House Finch PairGrandpa Taking Kids Back In WagonWalking Rocks At Outerbridge Park

Climbing Mount Doug

Nara heard of the grouse grind and wants to run up it.  She has no idea what that kind of ascent feels like so I thought I would take her out for a little climb to see if she is serious about climbing mountains.  In Victoria, Mount Doug has an access road to near the peak that is closed overnight until noon so that people can walk up and down the mountain without having to worry about cars.  We drove to the base and started walking.

15 Minutes Of Ascent16 Minutes Of Ascent 33 Meters18 Minutes Of Ascent 70 Meters
 
I walked up, but I walked briskly.  Nara hard to run to keep up from time and she did feel it - she was sweaty and stopped for water a few times on the way up.  She caught her second wind when she saw the parking lot at the top of the mountain and ran much of the trail to the peak.  It does seem more like an accomplishment when you walk all the way to the top under your own power.
 
21 Minutes Of Ascent 113 Meters24 Minutes Of Ascent 133 Meters25 Minutes Of Ascent 142 Meters Victory
 
Nara Tired On Way Down
When we started our descent, there was a bit more complaining.  The big picture comparison with the Grouse Grind is a bit of a worry - this ascent was roughly 150 meters - the grouse grind is 850 meters of ascent - roughly 5 climbs up Mount Douglas.  On the plus side, Nara is still quite enthusiastic.  On our descent we passed a group of Mom's with kids in strollers.  Nara saw a Mom with a kid on her back, another in a stroller and a dog on a leash - she was impressed.

Swan Lake

Claira With Lizzard Face Paint
In the summer Swan Lake has an full schedule of activities for kids.  Our trip included reptile day, but for the kids it's really an excuse to get face paint and see the animals in the Nature house. 

Nara And Claira See Painted Turtle
 
  Nara Coloured In SnakeClaira Touching Bearded Dragon
The nature house sets up art stations (reptile themed).  Inside the nature house, they have some of their smaller animals on display and in some cases you can touch the animals.  On previous trips we have seen snakes but this time they had a bearded dragon on display.  It didn't have sudden movements so the kids were pretty keen to give it a try.

Nara Touching Bearded Dragon
Bushtit Gleening Bugs

Beacon Hill Children's Farm

The kids seem to have a love hate relationship with the petting zoo at Beacon Hill.  They have good memories of the place so they are excited to go when we offer, but they seem to forget that goats aren't tiny and they have a mind of their own and they don't always do what you want.  We arrived for the stampede (which I still haven't taken a good of) and wet in to pet goats after.

Claira With ABrushNara Petting GoatNara On Goat Rock

Claira still doesn't like the loud calls from Peacock's but she is getting more tolerant.  This time of the year there were some chicks which the kids really enjoyed seeing.

Claira Made AFriendPeacock Chick Out With MomMale Peacock Strutting

McMinn Playground

We went to McMinn Playground a few times this trip.  The playground has two sets of equipment - one set for toddlers, another for older kids.  We often take the bikes or a wagon over because it is a bit of walk from home.  The kids then run all over the equipment and sometimes they are a little short of energy getting themselves up the hill back home.  That said, the next time we suggest we go to the playground, they are quick to go out the door.
Claira Riding With Training WheelsClaira On The StairsNara On Monkey BarsNara On Swing

 Swimming at Cordova Bay

Ready To Rescue
A trip to Grandma's house isn't complete without a trip to the beach.  For some reason, we wound up going after dinner, hoping to find warmer water.  The kids will swim in any water until they go blue, but today they lasted longer than we had time for.  This trip they started building a dam in the runoff stream.  I worried about the water quality, but all I can do it hope people aren't pouring bad things down the storm drains.

Some Water In The BucketColder Than It Looks
 
Another morning we went out in the morning at low tide where there is more sand to dig and play in.  Of course the car gets full of sand, but that's part of the fun isn't it?

Nara On The Beach With ShovelNara Stepping In HoleClaira Running In The Ocean

Milky Way

I've wanted to take a photo of the Milky Way for a while.  In the winter I tried to see the Northern Lights but when they weren't there, I tried for the Milky way.  At this latitude, you can't see the Milky way in winter - it doesn't clear the horizon.  A few weeks ago I was in Shuswap lake - again tried.  The moon rose shortly after the sunset and again I couldn't see the Milky way.  (It was also partly cloudy which didn't help).  A week later and the window of sun down, moon down was longer and I could reasonably see the Milky way if I could find some place dark.  I did a bit of research - drive out past Sooke (I went to French Beach) and the light pollution is quite low.  So my Dad and I drove out at 11pm (after refilling the car's fuel tank) and the milky way was surprisingly bright.

Colourful Milky Way With BeachMilky Way With Beached StumpSpotting Scope With Meteors
 

Whale Watching Trip

Race Rocks From Whale Watching Boat
I've been on a few whale watching trips on the North Island, but never out of Victoria.  Nara was also interested so we booked a trip with EagleWing (leaves from the Fisherman's Wharf) and headed out on a tour.  The first destination is Race Rocks - a few small islands stuck out into the Juan De Fuca Straight.



Harbour Seals Out Of The WaterStellar Sealions On Rocks
Being out in the ocean, there are no land predators to harass a sleeping seal or sea lion so much of the water accessible rock is covered with lounging and sleeping mammals.  Because of the strong currents, there seems to be lots of food and the boats don't get too close to the rocks.  Seems like a good place for seals to have babies, but also a good place for Orca to go hunting.



Harbour Seals On The Rocks

After seeing the Seals and Sea Lions, we moved around to see a solitary male (they say) Sea Otter.  I didn't know they lived this far down the island, but sure enough, there was a single sea otter wrapped up in the kelp trying to have a nap.  Everyone one the boat was snapping away with their cameras.

Harbour Seal Mom And PupSea Otter Mouth OpenSea Otter Resting In Kelp

I was really impressed with the Pigeon Guillemots flying about.  They have vibrant red feet and seem to land on the largest island.  There is no place around Vancouver (that I know of) where these birds live.

  Pigeon Guillemot In Flight

After Race Rocks, we went to the coastline in the direction of Sooke.  We saw some eagles in the trees and flocks of seabirds.  Finally we turned back to the open ocean and drove after some humpbacks. 

Rhinoceros Auklet Swimming Together

Humpback Diving
Once we go the swell of the open ocean, Nara started to get sea sick so I sat at the back with here while the whales were showing tale flukes.  Nara did get to see some go by, but really I think she just wanted to be home.  Neither of us ate other than ginger suck candies.





Giant Pile Worm
Altitude: 3m (9 feet)
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Morley On His Tractor
Altitude: 14m (45 feet)
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On Water Floating Fireworks
Altitude: 12m (39 feet)
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Tags: fireworks
Kids With Great Grandparents
Person: Claira, Edna, Nara, Philip
Nara On The Beach With Shovel
Sunset And Palm Trees In Fireworks
Altitude: 12m (39 feet)
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Tags: fireworks
Chewed On Sand Dollar
Altitude: 8m (26 feet)
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Frosty Drummonds Cinquefoil
Species: Potentilla drummondii (Drummond's cinquefoil)
Altitude: 1076m (3530 feet)
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Tags: Mount Washington
Nara With Bright Blue Sky
Altitude: 1m (3 feet)
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Micheal With Cake
Person: Michael
Claira With Red Balloon
Person: Claira
Tags: balloon
Face Of Hemigrapsus Oregonensis
Species: Hemigrapsus oregonensis (yellow shore crab, hairy shore crab)
Altitude: 7m (22 feet)
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Tags: beach
Claira Made AFriend
Altitude: 31m (101 feet)
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Tags: petting zoo
16 Minutes Of Ascent 33 Meters
Person: Nara
Altitude: 118m (387 feet)
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Tags: Mount Douglas, running
Sea Otter Mouth Open
Species: Enhydra lutris (sea otter)
Altitude: 3m (9 feet)
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Harbour Seal Mom And Pup
Species: Phoca vitulina (Harbor Seal)
Altitude: 1m (3 feet)
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Spotting Scope With Meteors
Tags: astrophotography, beach, milky way
Claira Sword Fighting
Person: Claira
Pre Sunrise Fog
Altitude: 1078m (3536 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: fog, lake, Mount Washington, sunrise
Walking Rocks At Outerbridge Park
Person: Nara
Tags: Outerbridge Park
Bushtit Gleening Bugs
Altitude: 11m (36 feet)
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Five Kids Trying To Keep Two Balloons Airborne
White Bubble Shell On Eel Grass
Altitude: 4m (13 feet)
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21 Minutes Of Ascent 113 Meters
Altitude: 198m (649 feet)
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Walking At Kye Bay
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Watching Video On The Phone
Person: Claira
Grandpa Taking Kids Back In Wagon
Altitude: 34m (111 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: Outerbridge Park
15 Minutes Of Ascent
Person: Nara
Tags: Mount Douglas, running
Claira On ASwing
Person: Claira
Altitude: 7m (22 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: playground, swing
Peloton Chased By Mc Laren 540
Tags: biking
Pigeon Guillemot In Flight
Species: Cepphus columba (Pigeon guillemot)
Altitude: 1m (3 feet)
Location: Go To...
Claira Touching Bearded Dragon
Person: Claira
Nara Stepping In Hole
Four Generations In One Photo
Bewicks Wren In Cedar
Species: Thryomanes bewickii (Bewick's Wren)
Altitude: 37m (121 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: Outerbridge Park
Rhinoceros Auklet Swimming Together
Species: Cerorhinca monocerata (Rhinoceros Auklet)
Altitude: 5m (16 feet)
Location: Go To...
Sea Otter Resting In Kelp
Species: Enhydra lutris (sea otter)
Altitude: 3m (9 feet)
Location: Go To...
Juvenile Golden-Crowned Kinglet
Species: Regulus satrapa (Golden-crowned Kinglet)
Altitude: 1078m (3536 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: Mount Washington
Lugworm Piles To Mirage Horizon
Altitude: 1m (3 feet)
Location: Go To...
Lugworm Egg Sack And Waste
Altitude: 9m (29 feet)
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Jeffreys Shootingstar
Species: Dodecatheon jeffreyi (Tall mountain shooting star, Jeffrey's shooting star)
Altitude: 1085m (3559 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: Mount Washington
American Goldfinch Male Under Shade
Species: Spinus tristis (American goldfinch)
Nara Petting Goat
Person: Nara
Altitude: 31m (101 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: Beacon Hill Children's Farm, petting zoo
Noelle With Red Balloon
Person: Noelle
Tags: balloon
25 Minutes Of Ascent 142 Meters Victory
Person: Nara
Altitude: 227m (744 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: Mount Douglas, running
Colourful Milky Way With Beach
Tags: astrophotography, beach, milky way
Nara Blowing Bubbles
Person: Nara
Altitude: 16m (52 feet)
Location: Go To...
Skipper
Lugworm Egg Sack
Altitude: 7m (22 feet)
Location: Go To...
Claira With Lizzard Face Paint
Person: Claira
Tags: face paint, Swan Lake
Fog On Early Morning Lake
Altitude: 1075m (3526 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: lake, Mount Washington, reflection, sunrise
Colder Than It Looks
Person: Claira, Nara
Altitude: 2m (6 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: Cordova Bay
House Finch Pair
Species: Carpodacus mexicanus (House Finch)
Altitude: 38m (124 feet)
Location: Go To...
Red Fireworks With Spectator
Altitude: 12m (39 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: fireworks
Grandma And Two Great Grandchildren
Person: Claira, Edna, John, Philip
Xander Ready With Bubbles
Person: Xander
Race Rocks From Whale Watching Boat
Claira With Blue Balloon
Person: Claira
Tags: balloon
Harbour Seals On The Rocks
Species: Phoca vitulina (Harbor Seal)
Altitude: 2m (6 feet)
Location: Go To...
Colour Fireworks Over Barge
Altitude: 12m (39 feet)
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Tags: fireworks
Nice Sand Dollar Shell
Altitude: 1m (3 feet)
Location: Go To...
Nara On Monkey Bars
Person: Nara
Tags: McMinn Park, monkey bars, playground
Humpback Diving
Species: Megaptera novaeangliae (Humpback Whale)
Altitude: 21m (68 feet)
Location: Go To...
Detail Of Explosion
Altitude: 12m (39 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: fireworks
Ready To Rescue
Person: Helen, Janet
Location: Go To...
Tags: beach, Cordova Bay
Harbour Seals Out Of The Water
Species: Phoca vitulina (Harbor Seal)
Altitude: 1m (3 feet)
Location: Go To...
Bloodworm On Sample Tray
Altitude: 3m (9 feet)
Location: Go To...
Riding Into The Glare
Tags: biking
Lake Fog As Sun Rises
Altitude: 1081m (3546 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: boardwalk, fog, Mount Washington, sunrise
Nara In Shallow Grass
Altitude: 1m (3 feet)
Location: Go To...
Claira Blowing Bubbles
Person: Claira
Altitude: 16m (52 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: bubble
Nara On Swing
Person: Nara
Tags: McMinn Park, playground, swing
Claira And Nara Making Monster Faces
Person: Claira, Nara
Altitude: 10m (32 feet)
Location: Go To...
Cutting The Corner Tight
Tags: biking
Mark With Cake
Person: Mark
Some Water In The Bucket
Person: Claira
Altitude: 2m (6 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: beach, bucket, Cordova Bay
Peacock Chick Out With Mom
Altitude: 24m (78 feet)
Location: Go To...
Nara Coloured In Snake
Person: Nara
Claira Cold At The Beach
Altitude: 2m (6 feet)
Location: Go To...
18 Minutes Of Ascent 70 Meters
Person: Nara
Altitude: 155m (508 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: Mount Douglas, running
Sword Fighting With Eyes Closed
Person: Claira, Loren, Nara, Noelle
David On His Tractor
Altitude: 14m (45 feet)
Location: Go To...
Female Anna Feeding On The Wing
Altitude: 23m (75 feet)
Location: Go To...
Nara Tired On Way Down
Person: Nara
Altitude: 151m (495 feet)
Location: Go To...
Mens Peloton Into First Corner
Tags: biking
Milky Way With Beached Stump
Altitude: 1m (3 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: astrophotography, beach, milky way, stump
Claira With ABrush
Person: Claira
Altitude: 31m (101 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: Beacon Hill Children's Farm, petting zoo
Male Peacock Strutting
Altitude: 30m (98 feet)
Location: Go To...
Noelle With Bubbles
Person: Noelle
Claira Running In The Ocean
Nara On Goat Rock
Person: Nara
Altitude: 31m (101 feet)
Location: Go To...
Stellar Sealions On Rocks
Species: Eumetopias jubatus (northern sea lion, steller sea lion)
Altitude: 1m (3 feet)
Location: Go To...
Western Tanger Female On Scotch Broom
Species: Piranga ludoviciana (Western tanager)
Tags: Iona Beach Regional Park
Nara Touching Bearded Dragon
Person: Claira, Nara
24 Minutes Of Ascent 133 Meters
Person: Nara
Altitude: 218m (715 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: Mount Douglas, running
Claira Riding With Training Wheels
Person: Claira
Tags: biking
Sun Burning Off Morning Fog
Altitude: 1078m (3536 feet)
Location: Go To...
Tags: fog, Mount Washington, sunrise, tree
Standing Riding Up Hill
Tags: biking
CH-149 Cormorant Fly Over
Altitude: 17m (55 feet)
Location: Go To...
Damaged Hind Wing
Blur Of Bikers Riding By
Tags: biking, motion blur
Nara And Claira See Painted Turtle
Claira On The Stairs
Person: Claira
Tags: McMinn Park, playground, upside down
Frayed Wings
Blowing Out Birthday Candles
Person: Eric, Stephen
Tags: birthday cake
Tags: biking(7), Mount Washington(7), beach(6), fireworks(5), Mount Douglas(5), running(5)
People: Nara(18), Claira(18), Noelle(3), Philip(2), Edna(2), Mark(1)
From: John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > July 2016

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