On a brighter note, I had a glorious time in Tahuya this weekend. Saturday sky-rocketed (for Seattle) to 80 degrees on the peninsula. I enjoyed it by reading in the sun, getting a slight sunburn that lasted for about 12 hours and then was nowhere to be found, and walking on the storm-changed tide flats that more resembled the moon than the old tide flats of Tahuya. It was a really beautiful day and I loved every minute of it. It was promptly replaced by a rainy, coldish Seattle spring day, which also holds value as pregnant women don't look that hot in shorts--at least I don't.
So our journey is winding down/just about to begin. I'll keep blogging and update everyone with dates and new info as I get it. In the meantime enjoy a really beautiful picture of a really beautiful place by a really great photographer (sissy). I feel so lucky to have this place in my life. I know Maizey will dig going out and searching for crabs on these tide flats just like I did/still secretly do.
Tahuya, Washington 4/12/08