A blog post where I babble about a vision and such silliness

I love Seattle. At one point, in my blogging career, I thought it grand to use the web, my accumulated knowledge, writing prowess and free-time to explore Seattle. As a writer, putting these explorations into text, editing them, and crafting something remotely readable seemed the best way to proceed. With my mind’s propensity towards wandering, Read More …

Changes in Lynnwood: Bye Safeway?

A couple of years ago I noted that Albertsons acquired Safeway. And here in Lynnwood we have an intersection with one of each kitty-corner to the other. I had a hunch that one of them was doomed, most likely Safeway. To me, the store always seemed to be struggling, always rather empty. Then I noticed Read More …

Reflecting On Edmonds

It’s been a lovely weekend here in South Snohomish county. Yesterday I made my way down to the Edmonds Barbershop. For me, that’s John’s barbershop. When I lived down there, I’d walk there once a month or so. He always did a fantastic job. Then we moved to north Lynnwood, nearly Mukilteo. Slowly, the drive Read More …

Lynnwood Folks: Take a trip in the transit time machine Saturday 9-5

Found this press release in my inbox just now, so I’m sharing it pretty much as-is. If you’re looking for something a little more unique in Lynnwood, here you go. It’s tomorrow, at Heritage Park from 11-3. Take a trip in the transit time machine Visit the Heritage Park Open House for a trip through Read More …

American Spirits: A MOHAI Exhibit

Starting last week, MOHAI is presenting American Spirits: The Rise And Fall Of Prohibition.  Running now until August 23, the story of Prohibition, Seattle and the way our region both pushed the boundaries, as well as feeling the impact of this hallmark period in our country’s evolution. Should be a fascinating exploration in this social experiment and Read More …

An Evening At The Lynnwood Rollaway

My son’s school had their final skating party of the year this evening. My memory calls this the Lynnwood Rollaway, though it’s now called Bowl & Skate. Whether Rollaway is legit, or some weird memory glitch, I’m unsure. Whatever the name, these are fun, though it’s different for the kids than the adults. Catching up Read More …