Walking With the Grandchildren

We took advantage of a lovely sunny afternoon today and walked along Rebecca Spit here on Quadra Island. The leaves are mostly yellow and falling. They still look lovely against the dark evergreens.  We could see quite far into the distance where Read and Cortes Islands appear.  Both Phoebe and Indy dogs joined us and both had a wonderful time meeting other pooches along the way.

Some scenes along the way….

Walk on the Spit 003Walk on the Spit 004 Walk on the Spit 006 Leo writes his name…Walk on the Spit 009Dogs run freeWalk on the Spit 010 Walk on the Spit 012 Walk on the Spit 013The girls meet a WestieWalk on the Spit 014Walk on the Spit 015 Walk on the Spit 018 Walk on the Spit 025 Walk on the Spit 026 Walk on the Spit 027 Walk on the Spit 029 Walk on the Spit 030Phoebe drinks salt water…Walk on the Spit 031Inspecting mossesWalk on the Spit 032 Walk on the Spit 033 Walk on the Spit 034Leo finds a driftwood chairWalk on the Spit 035 Walk on the Spit 038 Walk on the Spit 039 Walk on the Spit 042 Walk on the Spit 043Leo watches the ferry from Cortes IslandWalk on the Spit 045A bird watches the ferry tooWalk on the Spit 047Walk on the Spit 048 Walk on the Spit 049 Walk on the Spit 051 Walk on the Spit 052 Walk on the Spit 053

It took five people to encircle this tree trunk. (Leo is behind)Walk on the Spit 054

And then it was time to head home for dinner



About fromourisland

Gardener, knitter, wife, mother of 2, grandmother, and lots more.
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2 Responses to Walking With the Grandchildren

  1. I’m really enjoying seeing you in your new location. What a joy to be so close to your family regularly.

  2. gardenbug says:

    🙂 So glad to hear from you Chris!

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