On Sunday, December 30, 2001, I wrote:
I live on Honeymoon Lake which is a small man made lake.
There used to be a small stream but it was dammed to make a lake for the developers to sell lots on. It's named Honeymoon Lake because it happens to be next to Honeymoon Bay. The story is that Honeymoon Bay used to be called Dogfish Bay. (Dogfish are a small shark prevalent in Puget Sound. Also known as the mud shark that Frank Zappa make famous.) I guess the developers thought that renaming it Honeymoon Lake might make it a little easier to sell lots.
But, like baseball fields, if you build it they will come. There are a variety of birds that live around the lake. Katie asked what kind they were and I said I didn't know birds beyond ducks and seagulls. I actually do know a few more than that, but not much. She thought I should get a bird book. Well, I already have a bird book so, this morning, I started identifying them.
changing of the birds