Louise and I each had a flex day today, so we decided a paddle off Willows Beach was in order. What a great day! I can't believe that October is two days away. It was just perfect out on the water. Maybe all this global warming business might be a good thing after all. (Not!)
And what would a paddle be without a heron?
We cruised by Mary Todd Island and then decided to head out. We haven't been out to some of the rocks out there so we decided to tread new ground, er, splash new water.
Usually, this rock is covered in seals... where did they all go?
So we headed out to the next rock.
Okay, now here's some seals.
We went out to the next rock.
More seals. (And remember the lighthouse in the distance. We will speak more of it later.)
These seals seemed almost tame. This guy popped up beside me and wasn't scared or panicked at all.
More seals doing what seals do most of.
Check out the white seal in this group.
This guy played for the camera.
And so did this guy.
We headed out to that lighthouse. Hey... is something on it?
Yep, a bald eagle!
He flew off, but landed on a nearby marker.
Enough bird watching, time to head back.
My pictures are here.