February 05, 2009

Fun in the neighborhood

Just around the corner from our house is a place called Banner Woods. We went there to enjoy a walk and a little adventure. You can see Noah - our little man - leading the way and cutting a trail with his sword.

Below, the girls get a little timid as the woods get thicker and darker - remembrances of Hansel and Gretel coming to mind.


There were countless forks along the trail.



I let them decide which way we would go. "Just remember how to get outta here - o.k.?" They were so cute as they would try and find markings on trees and on the trail. "Mom, this tree has moss on it...we'll remember that!" "Hm - o.k." (I secretly thought - don't all these trees have moss on them? I'm starting to feel claustrophobic. Oh my gosh are we gonna make it outta these woods?)


Yeah - let's go to the water where I can breathe. So just a few minutes on the other side of our street we went to the pier - across the street from the library.




Look to the left and see a view of Seattle in the background and the Bremerton Ferry.

Look to the right and see our snow covered Mount Rainier.

Don't we live in a beautiful neighborhood? We grabbed some more books from the library and went home to finish up those German chocolate brownies. A great day!

3 comments:

  1. I wish I was there with you, Noah, Sophia and Naomi look so big. You guys are at such a fun age - I MISS YOU!

    The picture of the ferry makes me miss Seattle and going over to see you guys at night after work.

    Love you.
    Auntie Lisa

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  2. We miss you too. Come and visit us Auntie Lisa - mom says you will buy us a corn dog! Come, come, come!

    Sophia, Naomi and Noah

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  3. Mrs. Santos,

    Banner Woods looks like a fun place to explore. My husband and I enjoy doing outdoor nature walks when we have the time.

    Anyway, it looks like you had a good time, and Noah is such a "brave little man" to take care of his ladies (smiles).

    Hope to hear from you soon.

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