Shorter Nights

The nights here can be long. I mean really long, not quite Alaska, but long enough. And the sun, well, we’ve talked about that. It hides quite often. But now that spring is upon us, the nights are much shorter, and there’s plenty more time in the day for the sun to peek out and reveal not only the Cascade Range, but also the Olympics out on the peninsula. One such night appeared not long ago, and armed with a new camera and a curious Bear, we enjoyed a nice evening walk to catch the sunset and the mountains before they went back into hiding.

Oak Harbor and the Olympic Range
Crescent Harbor and the Cascade Range

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