It is a struggle every day to keep our Utah lawns tinged with green, because if we neglect them for a few days, we come back to yards resembling Shredded Wheat. Not so in Seattle. Yards are lush, filled with ferns, rhododendrons and hydrangeas. It's a feast for the eyes. I could live there. Oh yeah.
I hope over the next few days, you enjoy my pictorial journal of my visit.
The town of Leavenworth, WA. The whole town is decorated like a Bavarian village, with lots of quaint shops. Unfortunately, the two times we have been there, we were either too early or too late, and most shops were closed.
Weston was intrigued by the moss on the trees.
My SIL's yard.
Road leading to my SIL's house. I would have loved to have taken a walk here but it's home to bobcats and bears. Oh my.
We did take a walk in this neighborhood though. I was reassured that nothing bad would happen.
The legendary harbor-front Public Market. Some day I will spend more than an hour here and bring at least $500 to spend. I promise.
Computer Geek's childhood haunt in his West Seattle hood. Right across the street is the Puget Sound.
That made me hungry so I'm off to make lunch. Come back tomorrow for more!