Welcome to another week Travel Photo Thursday. Thanks to everyone who contributed to last weeks 150th edition. You are the reason that our weekly virtual trip around the world is so successful and so much fun. Earlier this week we had a night of huge rain, cascading down my window panes in a dull roar, lasting about eight hours. That brought a huge shift in temperatures. While, not yet the dreaded cold of winter, it’s cool enough to wear a heavier coat, and the gloves are tucked in my bag for when the cold is too nippy on my hands. To help bring back the balmy summer temps, at least in my imagination, here are a few shots from last summers travels.
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Tree felling in Washington State. My friend has a summer place, and when the trees get too thick around the summer homes…
Celebrating Canada Day in Washington State, with a parade. Who would have thought?
Washington State’s Mount Baker in July.
Then it was home to the East Coast of Canada…
An awesome day for kayakers in Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia…
Ocean Views in Mahone Bay…
Halifax’s awesome waterfront at 30+
These shots have warmed me up nicely; even the snowy ones of Mount Baker. The snow was deep, but down below I knew that the temps were high!
This is the 151st edition of Travel Photo Thursday. You can browse the archives here.