https://www.instagram.com/p/BLE6HdWhsQ5/ There was enough blue sky on Sunday afternoon to knit a cat a pair of britches, so I embraced the day with a bike ride through nearby neighborhoods. I pedaled through South Park and Georgetown, where I made a stop at Oxbow Park. Nestled in the residential part of the neighborhood, Oxbow Park... Continue Reading →
We live in a society that values productivity and achieving goals. Work hard, play hard. Worthy attainments, yes. But sometimes overrated in my opinion. My idea of a full and productive life includes ample amounts of unplanned time. This free time allows me to be spontaneous in joining friends at the last minute for an... Continue Reading →
You can usually find me in the mountains on a warm sunny weekend, but not this past one. Home projects kept me in town. I took a break from house painting Sunday afternoon to explore Alki beach at low tide. Sunday's low tide at Alki was -3.2 feet, making it possible to walk around the... Continue Reading →
People hold garage and yard sales all the time. But what happens when an entire community holds one? It becomes an event. This certainly holds true for the West Seattle Community Garage Sale. What started as a community project with 100 or so coordinated garage and yard sales in 2005 has evolved into a 2016... Continue Reading →
Neighborhood walks are mini explorations. They are opportunities to see your neighbors, discover changes or something new, and to get outside and move your body. My recent neighborhood walk yielded these gems: What little gems have you discovered on a neighborhood exploration?