Deb planted herself on the east lawn, to sit in the sun and do the mansion. I found a bench in the sun a little ways off, and settled in to do the same view. But with Deb stuck in front of it.
I had been comfortable in the sun, but after about an hour I got chilled. And looking around, found that the shade of a nearby tree had crept around and enveloped me. It was time to wrap it up, anyway.
Around noon Deb and I both left, leaving Rita halfway through a panorama of the view of the city. I headed down into Hillside, but stopped for one more when I found that the mountains, even Rainier, were out.