Hot, dry stretch ahead, Fourth of July looks promising
Two things you may want to know about the weather headed our way:
It’s going to be hot. High temperatures are expected to rise through the weekend, through the low 80s on Friday and Saturday, into the upper 80s on Sunday and Monday, and rising, […]
We’ve lost track! But here’s what we could find so far …
Lake Union District includes neighborhoods surrounding what Native Americans referred to as Tenass Chuck (“little water”). The area was landlocked until the opening of Lake Washington Ship Canal in 1917 which connected Lake Washington to Puget Sound.
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Lake Union District Neighborhoods
Fremont Wallingford Eastlake South Lake Union
This certainly wouldn’t work in Seattle … and as for this having NOTHING to do with Lake Union, Hey! Can’t we have some fun?
BLACK DIAMOND, Alberta — He was drying off his freshly washed car.
That’s what the Canadian man told the Mounties when they stopped him doing 180 kilometers per hour (112 […]
Still Afloat:A Contemporary History of Seattle’s Floating Homes
SEATTLE – The Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI) is pleased to announce its new summer community exhibit, Still Afloat: A Contemporary History of Seattle’s Floating Homes. The display, produced in partnership with the Seattle Floating Homes Association,offers an exploration of floating homes through stories, pictures, and […]
37th Annual Lake Union Wooden Boat Festival
At Lake Union Park July 4th thru 7th
Where: Lake Union Park & The Center for Wooden Boats
1010 Valley St, Seattle, WA 98109
When: Thursday July 4th, 2013 through Sunday July 7th, 2013
Time: 10:00am – 6:00pm daily
Cost: Free! (Donations […]
Nothing we write here will be able to make some sense of it all, but the legend carries on, and who are we to think it needs an explanation?