You never know what you will see on a summer stroll in Winslow on Bainbridge Island. The other day we came across a dog playing catch with his owner on a hill. The dog would fetch the ball and then roll it down the hill back to his owner. This was providing fun summer entertainment for all the people enjoying Ice Cream and a warm afternoon. Enjoy the video!
We had a great time taking an afternoon and cruising over to Seattle via the Bainbridge Ferry and walking down to Seattle’s Great Wheel to take it for a spin or should I say it took us for a spin.
The Ferris Wheel has glass enclosed gondolas that are climate controlled. The view is spectacular and if the wheel stops while you are at the top, there is plenty of time to enjoy the Seattle Skyline and the views of the Puget Sound.
Sit back relax and enjoy the video of our trip. Then get out there and ride the Great Wheel of Seattle!
Bay Hay and Feed, located at 10355 Northeast Valley Road on Bainbridge Isle WA, is, without a doubt, one of the best places to spend several hours in Kitsap County. Continue reading Bay Hay and Feed on Bainbridge Island WA
We had the opportunity to take a long walk at Battle Point Park on Bainbridge Island recently. The park is large, 90 acres with mainly open space with ponds, 1.5 mile paved walking trail, bike trail, well equipped children’s playground, soccer fields, softball fields, tennis courts, community garden, picnic and sitting areas, and of all things, a roller hockey court. We were able to watch them play and boy does that look like fun!! Continue reading A Walk At Battle Point Park On Bainbridge Island
Since it’s May and time to garden we decided a visit to the fantastic Bainbridge Gardens on Bainbridge Island was the thing to do on a rainy May day (yes we live in the Northwest and May days are so often rainy). Another great thing about days like this is that they are the best for planting starts and help keep planting shock to a minimum. Continue reading Bainbridge Gardens For Plants And Inspiration