The mountain has been in ruins all winter and spring after the major wind storms we had hear late fall early winter of 2006. The roads are open now and although some of the campgrounds have been... more
Even if you don't know how to sail you can still explore Lake Union in a beautiful wooden rowboat The Center for Woodben Boats, located in south Lake Union has a fleet of rowboats at your disposal.... more
Safeco Park is one of the newer ballparks and it's a great park to visit. When we went to a Mariners game the weather was very nice but sadly the Mariners lost. I'm a Mariners fan (except when they... more
Seeing a Sounders game at Qwest Field has to be one of the most fun sporting experiences in the city. The entire stadium get into the game, standing and chanting the entire time. Be sure to stop by... more
Crystal Mountain is the largest ski area in Washington and the one with the highest elevation in the state. I grew up skiing here, and it is an awesome mountain with a vertical rise of over 3,000... more
For those that enjoy cycling and camping, a weekend trip worth exploring is to the hood canal. One nice area is Seabeck. It has a great camp ground at Scenic Beach, where both car and bike camping are... more
If you like to swim then there is one pool that is head and shoulders and torso above the rest: Colman pool in West Seattle. A Seattle landmark, this olympic sized pool has it all: it's uncrowded,... more
(Pls check the travelogues to see pictures on each destination!)
Seattle is famous because of the fortune companies that are based here: Microsoft, Boeing, Starbucks, Amazon.com, Washington Mutual......
November 4, 2006
You know I had to title my page this because everytime a Seahawks game is played here the announcers make this shocked remark like "wow I can't believe how nice it is today" like us...