Growing up, one of the things I enjoyed the most about the holiday season was the blustery, wintery days of Colorado. When I moved to Korea, I was not able to enjoy this as much. 2,062 more words
The recent death of a Seattle man in a work-place incident raised awareness about nation-wide gaps when it comes to trenching safety and compliance.
Harold Felton, 36, died on January 26, 2016 when he was buried in a trench-collapse incident while working on a sewer line at a West Seattle house. 270 more words
Alki Beach in West Seattle was a favorite place of mine in the 1970’s. It was rustic, undeveloped and almost always tranquil. There was a broken down beach wall near the north end, where smooth sand gave way to barnacle covered rocks, and on summer evenings we’d climb the concrete wall to sit and watch the sunset over the Puget Sound. 266 more words