It was a gorgeous day in the Pacific Northwest today… unseasonably sunny and warm. I hope this isn’t the warm before the storm, BUT, I’ll bask in it for the short time we have it.
And when it’s sunny, this usually happens at the center:
All kinds of animals were released into the beautiful sunshine today (yes, even some squirrels), but the above red-tail hawk was especially happy to be sprung. He was none too pleased to be in a hospital for the short time he was there. Fly and be free, little guy!
Also, James and I were contacted by the Route 66 Marathon in Tulsa coming up. We have been chosen to be on the blogging panel at the expo for the marathon as their first ever “couple” bloggers. We will be at the expo on Saturday, November 19th, from 3 to 4 p.m. If you happen to be running Route 66, please stop by and say hi! We would love to meet you! This will be the next-to-the-last race for us for the year, with the Mukilteo Turkey Trot the following week being the last and final race for 2016 (phew!).
James’s site is still having problems showing up in the reader, so if you follow him, he’s just posted about his October goals. You can see his latest post here. He can be quite funny at times you know, 🙂
That’s it, that’s all I’ve got. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!
- Will you be in Tulsa on the 20th?
- If you run, is a Turkey Trot on your schedule?
- Do you prefer hamburgers or hot dogs? 😉