Awe in the Sky

In July, I blogged about the importance of play and finding your awe as a means of supporting your health and wellness foundation.  I recently had the opportunity to take an awe-inspiring flight with my son over Puget Sound.  We took off from Boeing Field in Seattle, flew north to Kingston, circled back down over Vashon Island, headed farther south towards Tacoma for a quick touch-and-go at the Tacoma Narrows Airport, and back up to Boeing Field.  For a short flight, I feel like I saw so much!  We had great views of Mt. Rainier, the Cascades and the Olympic Mountains because the weather was perfect.

Kevan at age ten in the passenger seat on a quick flight we took up to Friday Harbor on San Juan Island.

Kevan twenty-four years later taking me up for a quick flight over Puget Sound.

It sure is more fun taking off from Boeing Field than sitting in traffic on I-5 North:)

Looking down at the home of my good friends Alice and Stan who live in Kingston.

Heading back south to beautiful Vashon Island where we have been vacationing for decades!

Point Robinson Park on Vashon which was the scene of the 2014 McYalowitz nuptials!

A quick touch-and-go at the Tacoma Narrows Airport.

Looking south at the Vashon Ferry heading toward Fauntleroy, West Seattle.

Looking east towards Seattle above the Vashon Ferry Terminal.

The end of our flight, looking towards Boeing Field and Mt. Rainier, with Lake Washington off to the left.  What an “awe”some trip!  Thanks Kevan and be sure and let me know if you would like company on a future flight!

For wellness and health, go out and experience what fills you with awe!

 

 

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