|Meadow, Aayla and Me|
While looking at the baby fish there was a gentlemen who came out and fed the fish with the girls
and then offered to take us inside and show us the hatchery. Since there are no fish in the hatchery we got to see a freezer full of different Salmon specimens.
And also got to see jars of fish eggs and baby fish samples.
|Andrew showing us the samples|
After thanking the man we went down to the river to see if we could see any fish and we did. There were about 5 in total.
Then we headed out trying to find a geocache but it was in the middle of some overgrown blackberry bushes and after Sierra stepped on some prickles we had to give up on it.
|Sierra showing Andrew some mushrooms she found|
|Meadow and Andrew looking for a geo cache|
|Aayla and Grammy Sue|
So we continued on our walk. We have very few trees that change colours and loose their leaves so our forests are still so green.
|Aayla and Sissy Meadow|
|Playing in an old tree trunk|
|Look! Can you see what Aayla found|
|She is so proud of her find|
|...it was a big banana slug|
|Sierra decided she'd had enough pictures taken today|
|a little chicka...dee...dee...deee|
|Looking for gnomes but no one was home...they were out gathering food.|
|I HEART wonderful fall walks|
Some how the rain held off and Ian's plan to stay at home and get some painting done paid off and he painted some of the trim on the house. Little by little it's being transformed :) It's looking good babe! Soon that blue trim will be gone and replaced with a nice chocolate Brown. Bye bye Blue and grey!!!