I spent the day touching water. It started with me fishing my car keys out of my toilet.. I know what your thinking and I will “relieve” your mind. The water was clean.
I 90 floating bridge is an incredible historic site in Seattle.
My second water touch was my aqua therapy appointment on Mercer Island, Washington. It went quite well today. I have a lot of work ahead though.
This is a view under the bridge.
My third water touch was the cold waters of Lake Washington near Interstate 90. I was able to get a bird’s eye view of the 2nd largest floating bridge in the US. The largest is seen from afar called the 520 floating bridge. They are official Seattle landmarks.
520 bridge is largest floating in the US
The bridge for I 90 was completed in 1940. It is well travelled. My life and travels have taken me over these bridges over a 23 year span of living in Seattle.
Under the belly of the bridge
traffic flowing over bridge as I took photos is light as commuters have not got off work yet.
Beautiful view of homes along the floating bridge corridors.
I found afresh seafood for lunch! now this fresh!
why not see it all? Thank you for following along my life’s adventures!