It turns our those Repose Fire Logs do more than keep us warm and give us something to stare at. They attract creatures.
And that attracts beings.
Bambi appeared to be heading for the shallows between the Wenatchee and Columbia rivers, where young salmon hang out until they’re large enough to swim out into the Columbia and head for the ocean without being swallowed whole by predators. I forget what the predatory fish are called — possibly “orcs.”
There were also some human beings, but they did not approach too closely. And I had showered! But here is the thing: Sooz and I were both fighting colds, or flu, or some other upper respiratory affliction. There was some sneezing and coughing. Had I been a nearby human (and you could make the point that I was, but I mean other nearby human), I would have kept my distance.
And this brings our Wenatchee Confluence State Park saga to a close. I leave you with another lagoon shot. While I try to sort through the pix of our next destination — Osoyoos, BC — maybe you can see if you can find Bambi in there somewhere.Sharing is caring!
Following is daring.