If you are missing Football or even if you do not normally watch football you should come out and support you local foot ball team: The Bellingham Bulldogs.
They are winners both on and off the field with their involvement in the community.
Plus Blue Heron Massage (me) just happens to be the massage therapist for the team. So if you come to a local game it is more then likely you will see my by the field helping the team out.
Next game is July 9, 2011 at Civic Field at 6pm
So many Northwesterners have probably noticed Summer is kind of late this year and thought I would come up with a blog on some good things about our late Summer.
Some really cool cloud formations…
…and some more clouds
Really green grass.
Beautiful spring flowers lasting longer.
As lovely as all of these things are, I have to say, Bring on Summer!
Squirrels are everywhere in Bellingham.There are black ones, gray ones and even some pretty reddish-brown ones. I have been able to get some good photos of the gray squirrels but I am having the hardest time getting a shot of the black ones. I went to Broadway park with high hopes the other day and all I got were fuzzy pictures of squirrels dashing away. Until the very end I got a shot of a black squirrel poking his head out from around a tree and I swear he was sticking his tongue out at me. See for yourself…
For the “hunt” I brought some help. Shy was great at pointing out the squirrels.
Vinnie was no help at all, he kept getting distracted by a pretty golden retriever.
Shy was convinced that a squirrel might have followed us home.
Vinnie was exhausted from all that admiring of the cute golden retriever, I mean from hunting squirrels.
I of course was able to get a nice shot of this gray-brown squirrel.
And my one and only useable shot of a black squirrel. And it looks like he is sticking his tongue out as he peeks around the tree.
…when it isn’t raining.
Take a walk to town
Stop to admire Whatcom Creek
Listen to some music at the Bellingham Farmers Market.
Stop by Casa Que Pasa for a snack and a beverage.
Don’t forget to admire the artwork while you are there.
Move some mulch for the garden.
And finally sit back relax and enjoy.
…of pictures and fun things to do in Whatcom county with a brief commercial announcement and reason for my blogging absence.
After much searching, literally and emotionally I have moved to a new Real Estate company. This is not as easy a process as you might imagine but I am happy with my decision and look forward to all the opportunities that being part of a team will bring. Thank you to my friends, family and clients for supporting me in this decision.
home4investment real estate team