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Travel

Sure has been a while...

It sure has been a while since I last blogged over here, or over at CivicActions. I've been pretty busy with work, and catching up on things here in NY. I am getting ready to head out in about a week for Seattle, but I won't be there for long, I fly to Amseterdam in mid September, then back to Seattle, then drive to Canada for Web Of Change. Then at the end of September I'll be coming back to NY for about a week, then back to Seattle. Then I'll be down in San Francisco in mid October, then back to Seattle, then off to New Orleans for the weekend before Halloween. Then to New York, then back to Seattle.

Something Reasuring about the Space Needle

There is something very reasuring about the space needle. I have not been there yet, but it is THE dominant feature of the Seattle Skyline for me. I can see it from the couch where I sit writing this (and working almost every day) and it is visible from almost every intersection in my neighborhood.

Hello Seattle, Hello Sun?


That is a seattle sunset in January.
I left new york it was 60 degrees (and from what i hear it is stayed unseasonably warm). When i got to seattle their rain streak (30 day of rain or something) seemed to break. We have had some sun almost every day, and a few glorius days like the one above, and this one below:

Does anyone really like black olives from a can?

I am in Seattle. Things are great. The food is good, the coffee is amazing (more on that in a different post) and the weather is not nearly as bad as people say.

After yesterday's state of the union there is so much I could be writing about right now. But what moved me to post? Canned black olives.

Goodbye Sunshine, hello Seattle

I flew into Seattle on Saturday night. The sun came out on Sunday. Tuesday wasn't half bad, yesterday was spectacular. This morning the sky was blue... but by noon the clouds thickened, the sky turned grey, and it started to drizzel. I could only hold them back for so long.

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