Archives for category: Early September

Perhaps just hours after the back to school season had ended, we went out to do some shopping on Sept 6th, 2022 in Aberdeen, Washington. It was a beautiful, warm and summerlike day. I would call this time of year late summer or early September.

All of the photos here are from today’s outing. The image above is a lighted tree display. The lights were well done and they were flashing.

I grew up in the 60s and 70s. Halloween was less controversial then. I seem to remember more in the way of scary decorations and themes. Today, we see more of this:

There was plenty of Halloween candy, but the word Halloween did not appear on any of the packaging, unless I missed it. Has it always been this way?

This item lets us know what season it was intended for. Has it always been labeled like this?

All set for Christmas 2022:

Watermelons are looking good too.

Pick your season:

Mom and Dad would buy this one when we were kids. Still looks like the price is right.


Washington Coast


Washington Coast

B.I.L. is out to visit and help with projects. We enjoyed some quality time at the beach.


Washington Coast


Pacific Time


I really enjoy this one.

Very nice to spend time with family & friends here yesterday.


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DSC_0004DSC_0008 Backyard harvest



Mount Shuksan from Artist Point


Mount Shuksan from near the Mount Baker ski area- Sept. 14th, 2014


Early September- Artist Point

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Looking north towards the San Juan Islands from Libbey Beach.


Looking south from West Beach towards Protection Island- north of Port Townsend.

Calm & warm out there.


Whidbey Island


Whidbey Island


Lake Crescent

Looking towards Port Hadlock from below the bridge at Indian Island.


Looking towards Port Hadlock from below the bridge at Indian Island.

September features some of our best weather each year.