The Tales of Ducky

A few weeks back, while out on a walk in our neighborhood, Mark and I came across a rubber ducky sitting on a piece of driftwood at nearby Cormorant Cove.  We picked it up and on the way home tucked it into a perch on a birch tree, thinking it would be fun for people to spot as they were out walking.

This evening Mark went out for a walk, stopping by Cormorant Cove along the way, and there was the rubber ducky again!  So he picked Ducky up and took him on a grand adventure tour of the neighborhood taking pictures with his phone along the way.  He e-mailed the pictures with rather cute titles and then showed up at home with the star. I was surprised and tickled to see that Ducky has come back to us in this way and I get the feeling he would like to join in on our adventures to come…in fact, he’s already pondering what he’s going to do when the pirate’s storm Alki this weekend…

In the mean time here are the pictures from this evenings adventure:

Ducky chillin' at Cormorant Cove.

Ducky chillin’ at Cormorant Cove.

Ducky playing with his old Birch friend - ah the memories.

Ducky playing with his old Birch friend – ah the memories.

Ducky checkin' out the view from the Spokane Street Stairs.

Ducky checkin’ out the view from the Spokane Street Stairs.

Ducky just LOVES lavender!

Ducky just LOVES lavender!

Here we see Ducky playing as Gilligan at Whale Tail Park.  When Mark sent the title for this one it was: "Skipper says it's a three hour tour."  Too cute!

Here we see Ducky playing as Gilligan at Whale Tail Park. When Mark sent the title for this one it was: “Skipper says it’s a three hour tour.” Too cute!

Sidewalk art makes Ducky...

Sidewalk art makes Ducky…

...Happy!

…Happy!

*Side Note: the sidewalk art in these pictures are some of what remains from another recent walk when I found a small piece of sidewalk chalk and just couldn’t help using it!

 

 

 

 

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One response to “The Tales of Ducky

  1. It was really fun doing this!

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