Walking to work every morning through Pike Place Market is a daily history lesson, looking at thousands of inscribed tiles laid into the floor. Today, at last, I found what I had been searching for, for years…
I sometimes crave caffeine on my Queen Anne neighborhood walks – but books? I discovered this “Little Free Library” in someone’s yard today, a give-and-take vellum venue – perhaps for those who’ve lost their Kindles?
Gas Works was the first park I visited when I moved to Seattle, resting my bike as I watched boats float by on Opening Day, that boating season beginning when Seattle springs to life.
Check out the new digs for Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI), now on Lake Union and starring….
We Seattleites obsessively recycle – almost everything, it seems. So why not gum? At Seattle’s Gum Wall in Post Alley next to Pike Place Market, I’ve never heard “Don’t touch!” yelled so much, like a looping soundtrack as parents pull their curious kids away from the 50-foot tall Gum Wall…
There are other things to do here besides riding horses, but that’s the main reason people visit Bridle Trails State Park.
I grew up in Montana, but don’t own a horse and don’t ride that often.