By 10:30 we were seated at a table with a view.
Washington State ferries shuttled back and forth across the sound to islands and the Kitsap Peninsula.
The Olympic Mountains are still snow topped in the background.
Tom had a crab frittata. He said it was very good. I had eggs, bacon, and french toast. I like conventional breakfast food.
We didn't have much time to linger in the market, but I did have to stop to admire all of the tulips in one of the nearby flower stalls.
Thanks for all of the beauty, ladies.
And then we walked and rode the rails back to the stadium, where the sky of blue and the field of green echo the Sounder colors.
It was a very intense, exciting, and entertaining match, against the top team in the league right now, and the Sounders played them to a 1-1 draw. We took our time following the crowds out of the stadium and treated ourselves to coffee at Starbucks before catching the Link back home.
Then I needed to work off some tension and some calories, so I went outside to work when I got home at 4:00. I have been working on re-digging the lawn edges, and I got this bed done before quitting about 6:00 to go make some supper.
Most of the lower lawn us done now, and looking sharp.
And our King George rhodie is in bloom, and with a delicate, sweet scent, down at the bottom of our garden.