Tag: History

What to do on a Rainy Day in Seattle? MOHAI!

Now that the rainy season is here in Seattle what can you do?  You can either lament the weather and hunker down inside for the next six months. Or you can head over to MOHAI!   No it’s not some exotic island in the Pacific;… Continue Reading “What to do on a Rainy Day in Seattle? MOHAI!”

Ready or Not

It turns out the first Earthquake I experienced in Seattle, happened on April 29th, 55 years ago! Sorry to say I am old enough to remember, please don’t hold it against me! ūüôā

Astoria!

Earlier this week, (when the weather was still mild not wild), we traveled south for a few days of vacation in Astoria.¬† Our home base was a lovely boutique hotel built on an old cannery pier on the Columbia River.¬† We woke each morning… Continue Reading “Astoria!”

Trek to Tacoma and Ruston Way

Okay, so full disclosure here:¬† I am a native Seattleite through and through and very loyal.¬† When I grew up here you only passed through Tacoma on the way to somewhere else (usually to grandma’s house) and you did it quickly while holding your… Continue Reading “Trek to Tacoma and Ruston Way”

Another Rainy Day in Seattle means MOHAI

After¬†an unseasonably warm¬†start to November the rainy season is officially upon us. What to do, what to do?¬† You can either lament the weather and hunker down inside for the next six months… or¬†you can plan your rainy day activities¬†now.¬† Here’s one for starters:¬†¬†MOHAI.¬†¬†… Continue Reading “Another Rainy Day in Seattle means MOHAI”

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