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PostMon May 10, 2010 9:26 am 
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A short stroll around Whistle Lake in Anacortes, with peaceful lakeside  gawking spots, and cliffs to relax in the sun, and absorb the quiet was a very nice start to Mother's Day.
whistle lake
whistle lake
more whistle lake flowers
more whistle lake flowers

Fawn lilies, paintbrush, chocolate lilies, and gardens of moss and ferns decorate the cliffs.   AFter this peaceful start we wandered around to Washinton Park, meadows full of wildflowers in several colors along the cliffs .....who needs a a bunch of roses, when so many glorious flowers are in bloom, to admire, and then leave for all the other mothers out there to enjoy.
blue and white
blue and white
wildflower meadows
wildflower meadows
cliff views Washington park
cliff views Washington park
wildflower s and salt water
wildflower s and salt water

We even found a cliffside trail we hadn't explored, the twisted windblown juniper add to the oriental garden feel.
Kim and Teresa Washington Park
Kim and Teresa Washington Park

Watching seals, (feeding on the tiny schools of fish????)was a nice ending to the day.
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