Monday, November 30, 2015
In Texas Looking At Snow Geese Flying From An Island To A Snow Covered Volcano
Yesterday I blogged about a Rainy Walmart Drive With Mom To A Mallard Cove Mystery.in which I made mention of the fact that the cold gray rain currently infesting Texas reminded me way too much of a stereotypical Western Washington winter day after day after day after day of rain.
I also made mention of the fact that when winter Western Washington rain finally dried up with a return to blue sky that in any direction one looked one would see snow-capped mountains, unlike my current mountain-free zone.
In that aforementioned blogging I also made mention of Fir Island in my old home zone of the Skagit Valley.
And then this morning, in one of those serendipitous coincidence type things, what do I see in one of my west coast online news sources?
That which you see above, with a caption of....
Been out to catch the snow geese yet? They are really getting thick out there! This was shot on Fir Island Road with Mount Baker for backdrop. photo credit: Eddie Murdock Photography
Now, that sure is something I would never see at my current location. A real island. A real mountain, which is a volcano. Glaciers. And snow geese....