This Oil Pastel portrait was given to us by Shelah Harwood. She is one of the parks seasonal fee booth personnel. We love it.
This is the view we had out our back window all summer.
Looking back up towards our site.
This is the start of one of our tours, that is John with his back to the camera.
John at Battery Rawlins, giving a history lesson.
It is easy to enjoy the scenery around the fort.
John pointing out the location of the Anti-aircraft guns.
This is one of the forward lookouts at Battery Rawlins.
Down here is where they stored the Projectiles and Powder for the guns.
This is a projectile lift, used to get 1000 pound projectiles up 20 feet.
Lower part of the projectile lift.
Table used with the Lift.
This is Admiralty Inlet to the Puget Sound.
Marrowstone Point Light Keepers House. The Light is the object on the right side of the photo.
Here is a section of the Hood Canal Bridge after it was disassembled and headed to the scrap yard.
Really, someone said that a Canadian bought it to sink it as a reef.
We saw aircraft carriers leaving Bremerton.
A submarine leaving Bangor Station in the Hood Canal
We enjoyed the wildlife. The Gold Finch is the official bird of Washington State.
These are the Pine Siskin Finch.
The ever abundant Roufus Hummingbirds.
Another Goldfinch, they really liked the thistle seeds in the bag.
This is Seamore the Bald Eagle, we named him that.
This is a female Rufous.
They all sit and share the sugar water.
These are a pair of Cross Bills, the male is the red one.
Seamore liked to sit in that same tree all summer.
Deer and Twins joined the heard in the spring.
Running for cover.
Twins are sooooo cute.
We has several concerts in the park, but the best was the North Puget Sound Navy Stage Band.
The crowd enjoyed the music.
Fellow volunteers Fran and Bill Tickner collected entry fees.
Low tide along Morrowstone point.
Sea Grass in the tide flats.
An otter came out to play.
Low tide and the Sunflower star fish.
Just a five point star fish.
Crab pots at low tide.
There inside and can't get out.