Sights to See in Seattle

Tree Walks: (Seattle) Sights to See at any time

Northern Red Oak, Hiawatha Park, West Seattle Take a tree walk in your neighborhood or at the closest park. Over the weekend I took a walk guided by Tree Ambassador Al from reLeaf, a division of SDOT. All the photos are from that walk. You can use a map and guide (an example)  from Seattle's reLeaf program… Continue reading Tree Walks: (Seattle) Sights to See at any time

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Sights to See in Seattle

SOUTHWEST SPOKANE STREET BRIDGE–Seattle Sights to see soon, for immigrants and other folk in the area

It’s free! Take a walk or a bike ride (trail map) over the West Duwamish Waterway. If the swing span for boat traffic opens, you will have to stop. You will want to stop anyway. Watch the boat and train traffic below the bridge. Gaze at Mount Rainier to the south and our fair city to… Continue reading SOUTHWEST SPOKANE STREET BRIDGE–Seattle Sights to see soon, for immigrants and other folk in the area

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Seattle Sights to See Now—for immigrants, long-time residents, and visitors: MOOD INDIGO

Mood Indigo: Textiles From Around the World, a wonderful show including indigo-dyed textiles from Africa and worker clothing from France and Japan at the Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park on Capitol Hill. There is a fabulous new giant cloth sculpture hanging from the ceiling. You can walk into it and be surrounded by blue.… Continue reading Seattle Sights to See Now—for immigrants, long-time residents, and visitors: MOOD INDIGO