Tom and I joined his sister Jan and two of their cousins, Karen and April, for lunch/brunch at Endolyne Joe's in West Seattle. Located just above the Fauntleroy ferry terminal, this restaurant is named for a long ago conductor on the old trolly line #2, near the end of the line.
For us it was sort of the same. Karen and Jan came by ferry. April and we came from the south. We ate yummy food and had a good visit.
This was the scene underfoot as we walked back to the car.
Since it was a mild day, a bit cold and foggy, but dry, we decided to go on down the hill to Lincoln Park to walk off some of our breakfast.
This old city park is adjacent to the ferry dock.
We decide to do our walking along the shore, with views of Puget Sound.
Big leaf maples added gold, and these shrubs, Arbutus unedo, Strawberry Bush, contributed both flowers and fruit at the same time.
A lone fisherman caught a fish as we watched.
We walked the shoreline, meeting other walkers along the way.
Around the bend and at the end, we retraced our steps.
We climbed a stairway and a path created in 1931 by the WPA for a bit of a walk in the trees before returning to the parking lot. Round trip was a little over two miles, just right for me these days.
These charming old homes line the other side of the street up on the hillside.
Light rain began to fall just as we reached the car. Good timing, a good walk, good food and fun with family, all in all, a good day!