We just got back from our vacation trip to Seattle, which is Pacific Northwest native american dialect for “land of the broken umbrella.” It rained a lot but that didn’t stop us. 950 more words
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I remember when the Experience Music Project opened. It was an odd shaped building that was seemingly dedicated to grunge music and Jimi Hendrix. At the time, I wondered how in the world it would remain a viable museum and keep interested folks coming back. 686 more words
Behold, beautiful Seattle Washington! The motherland of coffee, grunge, Chihuly, and rain! (Though the weekend we visited it was partly cloudy and gorgeous!)
One of my husband’s Army friends was having a wedding in nearby Snohomish, so of course we left early to spend the day wandering the city. 988 more words
Dan and I have been making an effort this year to take advantage of our West Coast location to explore the places in our “neighborhood.” (It’s a rather large neighborhood that extends from SoCal into Canada and east toward Colorado…) This year, we decided to take the short flight up to Seattle to celebrate our sixth anniversary. 683 more words
A firecracker of a wine event returns July 22! Seattle Magazine’s Red, White & Brew offers great sips from local wineries, breweries, and restaurants!
This event, now in its fifth year, honors the winning wineries featured in Seattle Magazine’s Washington Wine Awards (selected by a panel of top local sommeliers and wine professionals). 137 more words