Rafting up in Longbranch, hungry hummingbirds seek a little sugar

A couple of boats rafting up along the banks of Drayton’s Passage this morning.
Hummingbirds on our deck hungry for sugar.

Good morning Longbranch.

I hope I never take for granted the beauty of Washington summers. It is the loveliest time of the year. Period.

We woke up to a little fog and mist. The air cool and the ground was damp. Our hummingbirds were buzzing about, screaming for food. Oops, someone forgot to make food.

The goofy golden doodle merrily ran out for her morning routine, and came home with an oyster shell in her mouth. The neighbors must have harvested oysters for their grill.

The eastern shore of the Key Peninsula seemed like the place to be for boaters this morning. We do not know if this is because fish are biting. I did not see poles out. The sand bar must be a destination.

It is currently 57 degrees and cloudy. But the weather geeks are saying our morning cloud cover will have burnt out by the afternoon, giving us another beautiful sunny afternoon.

Keep it fun Longbranch.

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