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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Another Look at the Fun Day in the Park!!

Before we left Seattle, we took a quick visit to the park to say hello to the ducks and we bumped into a neighborhood pig that we had seen there before!! He was with his owner who had taken off his leash, just like before!

And, just as before, he didn’t seem to mind posing for us!!

It was quiet and beautiful and we enjoyed our stroll!

Ah, and beautiful flowers, too!!

And we ended our visit to Seattle with a colorful, heavenly sunset!! Doesn’t get any better!! 
Hope you are all enjoying a great week!!!


Yogi♪♪♪ said...

That pig is a treasure.

TexWisGirl said...

adorable pot-bellied pig. looks well loved. :)

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
What a pretty place - and yes, the pig brings smiles!!! YAM xx

John's Island said...

Hi Sylvia, So happy that you enjoyed your visit to the Emerald City. Your kind words are especially appreciated knowing they come from a Portland resident. (I love Portland!) Neat pictures and great sunset! Thank you for your kind words on my Liebster Award post. Have a fine day!

Mama Zen said...

A pig? No way!

magiceye said...

Thank you for the lovely virtual stroll!!

Pietro Brosio said...

Beautiful walk, Sylvia, really enjoyable!

forgetmenot said...

Sounds like a nice day--lovely sunset!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I must have missed your earlier post about that pig somehow. How funny! He looks happy. And the park is beautiful!!!

Barb said...

I'd be surprised to meet a pig on my walk!

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