Posts from the “travel” Category

Looking Into You

Posted on March 22, 2023

Well, I looked into a house I once lived inAround the time I first went on my ownWhen the roads were as many as the places I had dreamed ofAnd my friends and I were oneNow the distance is done and the search has begunI’ve come to see where my beginnings have gone~ Looking Into You, by Jackson Browne I drove north to Seattle this past weekend to help my stepmom with removing some furniture from her new apartment she now shares with her new husband. During the drive up I stopped off at the house I lived in from the time I was a year or two years old until about 9, when I moved from my Mom’s house to live with my…

Wedding Weekend in Seattle

Posted on February 13, 2023

My stepmom met a lovely fella in her retirement community and they wed this past weekend in Seattle. We drove up early Saturday to enjoy the day, then spent most of Sunday with Sara’s family on Bainbridge Island. A ferry ride is always good for the soul, I think, and this was no exception. We drove back during The Game on Sunday, which, I want to believe, contributed to fewer vehicles on the interstate. A few photos below:

Seattle Thanks 2022 part 3

Posted on December 3, 2022

Final installment of the holiday weekend. Jonah and his Uncle Jon and I went to the Boeing Museum of Flight. We spent the whole day there and had a great time: A model of the lunar rover. I learned from Jonah that the lunar rover could only go as far away as the lander so that if the astronauts had to walk back to the lander, they wouldn’t run out of air. So even though it could have gone further, it was limited so the fellas survived. Interesting! This was Air Force One for Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon:

Seattle Thanks 2022 part 1

Posted on November 29, 2022

Sara was scheduled to work this past weekend, so I took the kids up to her sister’s place for Thanksgiving. We had a lovely time as I hope is captured by some of the photos I managed to take. I’m *still* exploring the GM-1 and these were shot with that camera. Fall is still there these days as can be seen below: Bay Hay and Feed on Bainbridge Island Hanging out with some uncles . . .