Bainbridge Island by Ferry

My birthday part 2, going to Bainbridge Island and back to Seattle by ferry. Hope you enjoy the pictures!

Leaving at 10:40 from a foggy pier
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My daughter’s first time on a ferry
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Doing a little people watching20150109_105527Coming into the Bainbridge Island Pier
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Ate at Fork and Spoon downtown
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The downtown strip20150109_133340BI downtown

Battle Point Park20150109_142146Duck RoxLakePark benchPath trees pathSix LakeSky TreesTree pathBI120150109_150630

The playground in the park
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The play equipment include tiny details, such as names carved into the postsBI2 BI4 20150109_151210

Northwest artwork designed around the playgroundSalmon 1 Salmon 2 Ducks on Ceiling 20150109_151210BI5

Leaving Bainbridge into the Puget Sound viewing Mount Rainier20150109_165102

Trying out the panoramic mode on my new phone camera20150109_17125020150109_171416

Such a gorgeous night view of Seattle from the ferry!20150109_171445Night Seattle

I definitely need to take advantage of the fact that I live near the best area for ferries, I always forget just how fun and beautiful those trips are. I had never been to Bainbridge Island before, the whole land boasted of barely touched nature. Sparsely spaced houses surrounded by the woods of Washington, I imagine this is how the entire state used to look before becoming so populated and commercialized. Taking trips like this really makes me appreciate living in this part of the world. I love living in these lush, beautiful landscapes of the Pacific Northwest!

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