The garden of Lucinda and Jerome Capers is actually on Fox Island, one of the many islands off inlets in south Puget Sound.
There are a lot of photos here, so I am going to post without much commentary.
We will start in the front, entry garden, then go through a breezeway to the back of the house, where decks and terraces provide enough seating for a BIG party. Then we'll go down the steps, past a newly planted dwarf conifer bed, and out into the lower yard, amply screened by trees and shrubs.
There is a wealth of ornamentation in this garden. I wonder if they bought out the local nursery when it closed.
Along one side of the lower garden there are glimpses into the woodland that is part of the property.
A stone pathway takes us into the woodland and across a bridge to a gazebo on the other side.
Hmmm. Steelhead trout? Or just steel.
Back across the bridge we explore the last of the little nooks tucked into the trees.
Whew! We made it. That was quite a walk, and quite a garden!