Sunday, October 26, 2008

Terwilliger Walk

Saturday was a beautiful day, and we took advantage of it by taking a walk from the best book in the whole world.



We saw houses that used to be houseboats in the 1930s and were then affixed to dry land after a flood, we walked through hidden right-of-ways between people's backyards, we saw the house that had slid down the hill on Terwilliger, and walked through a deep, forested canyon under I-5. Who knew there was this much cool stuff in our own neighborhood?

5 comments:

Amber said...

I love that part of town. Seems like it should be much farther away. And that whole landslide thing is a really bum deal for those homeowners. I don't know about you guys, but I'm sticking to nice, flat land myself.

J&C said...

Loved all the pics but the obligatory seasonal picture is a winner!!!

Christie said...

What a fantastic day. Love all of the shots but the pumpkins is a favorite. Was it planned ahead of time, the pumpkins and matching shirt?

Brian said...

Happy coincidence. The pumpkin outfit is one of a very few warm outfits that still fit her.

Kathleen said...

does this mean we can start calling her Pumpkinhead?

love the Mary Oliver poem