Tag: Travel

More Favorite Sculptures

I like finding art in public places, especially quirky sculptures. I took the picture below in Washington DC many years ago, but we also have one of these in Seattle. If I have to tell you what it is you’re not as old as…

Over Seattle and Under California

Summer is the time to travel and if you have to fly there’s nothing like Seattle from the air, where on a clear day you can see forever –  at least across Puget Sound to the Olympics. And if you’re lucky you’ll have close-up…

Nascar Hall of Fame

I think I can count on one hand the number of auto races I’ve seen in my entire life. Still, last year in Charlotte, we visited the Nascar Hall of Fame when we realized it was a few blocks from our hotel. Why not?…

A Drive to Black Diamond and the Green River Gorge

Bob and I have been unloading some things by consigning them for sale at a collectible store in Black Diamond.  So once a month we make the drive to the old coal town to collect money from our sales,  hopefully greater than what we…

Dry Falls, the Largest on Earth

This week we camped east of the mountains and enjoyed a landscape completely opposite to our Seattle area scenery.  We drove through Grand Coulee, formed over millions of years by eruptions of lava which solidified and was later dug away by ice age floods….

Dancing Sky!

We woke this morning to cirrus clouds filling the sky! We’re in Wenatchee on our first camping trip of the year where the scenery is grand and the clouds only tease. More pictures to come. 😊 -Susanne

Scenes from the Oregon Coast – Yachats, Devil’s Churn and Face Rock

I promised I’d be back with the second half of our trip down the Oregon Coast but I’m afraid it will have to be the middle third instead, as there’s too much more to tell! (Here’s the first part of the story in cased…

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