I don’t take pictures of my Trek like I used to of my Fuji. This bike just isn’t nearly as cool looking, just a mountain bike. I must say though, that a new saddle and a good washing has spiffed it up nicely. And it’s so much more comfortable to ride in jeans now. Yay! The […]Read more "New Saddle!"
It was a little chilly at Grayson’s soccer game this morning but the misty air felt wonderful. Then the sun burned it all away and by Hattie’s game we had a gorgeous fall afternoon to enjoy. I love this time of year.Read more "Ahh, October"
I finally remembered to bring my camera to a soccer game. This is Hattie’s team’s 4th game although she missed one due to injury. So far they have won 2 and tied 2. Hattie switched teams this season. The team she’d been with was a good one but we felt like her coach had taught […]Read more "Redmond Sparks"
Finally got to use Seattle’s 2nd Ave protected bike lane. It was awesome. No cars passing too close, no being in pedestrian’s way, and our very own little bike lights at the intersections. Biking around Redmond isn’t terrible but oh how I wish these were all over our city!Read more "Protected Bike Lane"
And finally, on the 19th I volunteered at the Design Festival Conference at the Seattle Central Library. I spent a few hours welcoming people to the free conference, handing out programs and schedules and helping them find where the talks or panels were that they wanted to attend. I enjoyed helping out and meeting new […]Read more "Seattle Design Festival 2015 – I swear this is the last of it."
I’m now in the middle of week two of fall quarter so it’s taken me a little longer than I would have liked to get all my photos posted. On the 18th Aaron & I biked all over the Belltown & Pioneer Square neighborhoods of Seattle to visit, photograph, and talk with the hosts of […]Read more "Seattle Design Festival 2015 – Part 3 PARK(ing) Day"
On the 18th I got to volunteer at a talk by two architects from Miller Hull about their design for a new waterfront entrance to Pike Place Market. Check out the Market’s website for the project to learn more about it. Once the viaduct is down the waterfront is going to change drastically and it will […]Read more "Seattle Design Festival 2015 Part 2"