Hope you had a joyous Christmas. Perhaps you got a visit from the jolly old elf and Vixen his reindeer. From Key City Public Theater’s performance of The Reindeer Monologs
While we mostly have overcast this time of year, occasionally the sun does break through to illuminate Port Townsend. This snag sits atop the bluff above Larry Scott Trail.
Not much to say another night time reflection at Port Townsend’s Boat Haven.
Wind doesn’t make it pleasant to place a call outside. Fortunately for this woman there’s a covered bus stop downtown at Water and Adams streets.
Tuesday was at least dry and mild for the fist day of winter.
We see what’s probably the normal gamut of Christmas lighting around Port Townsend. Some of it’s gaudy. Some of it’s modest or subtle. I’ve never seen anything like this, with flexible tubes running across the roof like a technicolor mohawk haircut. The parallel red lines are from a passing car. The house is on 19th Street, just down the hill from Sheridan.
The publicity guy for Key City Public Theater sent out an email requesting volunteers from the Port Townsend Photo Club to take publicity photos of the final afternoon of The Reindeer Monologs. As it turned out I had just changed the battery in my camera and was headed out to shoot some landscapes.
I went downtown to get some Key City photos instead. I’m glad that I did. The play was terrific.
Our old greenhouse burned down last spring. It took some time to recover from the shock and decide if we even wanted a replacement (a ridiculous thought, K loves greenhouse work). Anyway, the kit came from Charley’s Greenhouse just before our big pre-Thanksgiving storm. With a neighbor’s help, I got the structure up just before the snow hit. Wednesday I finished the wiring and here’s the result.
Mid-day light isn’t what you’d call overly bright. Still it’s nice to see the sun come out over Port Townsend Bay. Puddles tell the story of recent rain.
A gray day, a white and gray bird and a gray fence, a typical December day at the Larry Scott Trail parking lot.