By Larry Hubbell
Sunday, September 16th was the first day of Coho fishing on Lake Washington. The fishing was limited to the north side of 520 and east of the Montlake Cut. As the sun rose, it fought to send its light through the smoke of eastern Washington forest fires.
The sun finally made its way on to the misty bay, unlike the fishermen (and fisherwomen) who apparently stayed in bed.
There was one lone creature on the water.
There were a couple of interesting sights under 520. Does anyone know what this solar-powered device is doing?