Not a tequila sunrise

I don't often see sunrise. Our best window views at home are to the south and west. I'm also preoccupied at dawn getting ready for work. But every winter, we head to the scenic Methow Valley on the eastern slopes of Washington's North Cascades. It was on one of those visits that I witnessed this... Continue Reading →

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Over a year ago, I introduced Itty Bitty Kitty on this blog. Our sweet kitty is a rescue cat and she spent a year or more fending for herself on the streets. Today, with a warm home and steady diet, Itty Bitty is content to sit by windows and watch the world parade by. Most... Continue Reading →

Bike up!

In urban, traffic-gridlocked Seattle many folks (me included) often opt to move around the city by bike. The Fremont Bridge, a drawbridge spanning the Lake Washington Ship Canal, is a bicycle thoroughfare. It links Fremont and other North Seattle neighborhoods to Queen Anne, South Lake Union and downtown. It connects the Burke-Gilman Trail, which parallels... Continue Reading →

As a bicyclist, the desired road taken is often the road less traveled. Not the case with Mount Rainier's Sunrise Road.  This classic national park road is narrow and twisty as it winds upward 3000 feet to Sunrise Park (elevation 6400 feet) and an in-your-face view of the mountain. In the summer, this road is... Continue Reading →

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