It was the first warm sunny day of a very chilly spring, the first day to exceed 60 degrees. We packed up and hit the road at our usual noonish start, and went for a drive down to Tacoma Narrows bridge, giving Hazel a nice nap along the way.
In Silverdale, we met up with my sister Teresa and her family for what turned out to be a fairly short walk. My neice, Erin, had just gotten a show bunny, Cinnamon, from a nearby fair. With Cinnamon and their elderly lab Paws not going on the hike, we had to find parking in the shade, which meant we never ended up walking on the beach but instead started at the interpretive center across the street.
For the first time, Hazel could see where she was going. We put her in the Bob facing forward, ditching the car seat. I walked ahead where she could see me, and we all had a great time!
On the way home, Hazel got her first ferry ride, and she loved it.