Yesterday was just as awesome as my first seaplane rides! Mr. F and I went to 9am Hatha yoga, went grocery shopping, and had an awesome beet, egg and goat cheese salad for lunch. I also tried on dresses and got new shoes at REI. At 5pm, we went paddleboarding! We had another Groupon for Surf Ballard, which is amazing and I love that we launch from our wedding beach. There was a wedding ongoing so we were serenaded by cello music as we paddled West from the beach. Puget Sound was super clear and calm. We saw a couple of seals from far away. They seemed curious about us but didn’t get too close. In under an hour, Mr. F and I paddled out to the Discovery Park lighthouse which is twice as far as we’d ever been before. We could see Mount Rainier from the lighthouse point but we didn’t go further because the current was stronger. We had an hour to get back before the rental was over but didn’t want to chance it. We saw dozens of jelly fish that looked like fried eggs! I’m so glad we didn’t jump in, next to one! [Phacellophora camtschatica, known as the fried egg jellyfish or egg-yolk jellyfish, is a very large jellyfish, with a bell up to 60 cm (2 ft) in diameter and sixteen clusters of up to a few dozen tentacles, each up to 6 meters (20 ft) long.] The Monteray Bay Aquarium reports that turtles, 50 species of fish and many marine birds eat these egg yolk jellys! We made it back to the Shilshole Bay Beach Club with 10 minutes to spare so we took a few fun photos before going to dinner at my favorite Ballard restaurant, Ia Isla! Mmm, camerones with coconut en fuego sauce and a queso empandilla are some of my favorite dishes, but the pernil pastelon (beef and maduro banana lasanga with more queso) is the ultimate favorite. I may have eaten too much. Save me from myself!