We opted to take our walk on Sunday morning also, since there was a Seahawks game on TV in the evening. It's preseason football, not very important, but something to sort of watch.
Since we were breaking with our routine of a 1.5 mile evening walk in the neighborhood, we decided to drive the short distance to North SeaTac Park for our walk, which would give us about two miles around the park and then provide a chance to visit the Highline SeaTac Botanical Garden.
With light cloud cover, the walk was cool and pleasant.
And then at the Botanical Garden we discovered there was a plant sale in progress and some other doings as well.
The stream garden looked pretty good for mid-August.
The rose garden.
A French horn quartet was serenading visitors.
We found the free ice cream, of course.
Hardy fuchsias are at their best in August.
We hadn't see the new community garden, or pea patch, where neighbors can grow whatever they want in small patches.
Creative tomato caging.
We checked out the plant sale, but things were pretty well picked over, which was good for the garden fund, and fine with us too. We don't need more plants!
It ended up being a very pleasant Sunday morning.