We had periods of drizzle but no additional snow on Monday, which wound up being another nice day starting with a walk around the neighborhood in Redmond with Adam, who then had to work the rest of the day. Paul and I drove to Renton to a waterfront neighborhood near the Boeing factory, which has planes on display outside, and a bird sanctuary at one end of Lake Washington. From there we drove to Alki Beach, still my favorite Seattle neighborhood, to meet Daniel for brunch at the Alki Cafe.
After eating, we took a walk on the beach, where a man was creating twelve-foot soap bubbles with string suspended between sticks and where many gulls and a few cormorants were floating in Puget Sound. We came back to Redmond to hang out with Adam while he finished work before we headed to Panera for dinner, with both sons but neither girlfriend since both had to work late. Then we played some Sushi Go while eating the Girl Scout cookies we obtained on Sunday before Daniel headed home.