Les ponders what to do next with the latest and greatest in self assembly furniture instructions. At least he now knows why we were sooo keen for him to come and visit :-)
My suggestion was to frame the lot and hang it on the wall in Tate Modern.
A hazy Seattle skyline as seen from the bottom of kite hill in Gas Works park.
If you're thinking that we've been here before, you might be right.
This reminded me of a piece from some late night documentary on BBC2 about Glastonbury where somebody had studied the amount of time people spent deciding which bin to put what rubbish (trash) into. Apparently at the start of the day people could decide very quickly, but as the day wore on it took longer and longer until some tipping point was reached where the time taken rapidly dropped down to effectively zero…
0.666666666666667 of our visitors flew back to the UK this afternoon (or at least we hope they did, last we saw they were waving from the other side of the security section). Thanks to J, P, S & H for sharing them.
Piccy's for family are up on flickr.
Sorry, but it hasn't been a proper walk until you've snapped a piccy of your feet in situ.
Anyone that say's otherwise perhaps isn't confident in their shoe selection.
Note: This post was updated on 2020-12-28 to fix broken links
We did a walk along the River Wallace at Wallace Falls State Park this afternoon.
We took the woody trial - which was great fun - but we'd probably have got further on the railroad grade 'cause then we could have taken the buggy (stroller) for Fred.
Grandad, Hazel & Fred are visiting! Grandad insists he had "a great flight" - despite photographic evidence (such as this) to the contrary.
Saturday was too foggy, so instead of taking the float plane, we took the...
where it was beautiful, if a little damp.
But the weather cleared just in time for a great flight back down to
When F plays with the animals you'd better watch out, Tigers and bears lurk at every chair leg and corner.
Looking across the sports fields to the building where I work on a foggy [Autumn | Fall] morning.
So far so good - I've managed 2 bike and 2 bus commute's this week. That brings the bike total up to 60miles, and yes, I am feeling it :-)
Best bit is knowing that every car that passes you at the top of Avondale will be stuck in the traffic that you wizz through at the bottom. Worst bit is the way that the real pro's cycle past you as if you where standing still on the 520 trial.
...when red lights are flashing.
Here's hoping H doesn't apply the same rules to playing soccer in the garden. He's already better than his Dad.
No arty farty stuff here, just a straight up piccy of F and H yesterday afternoon somewhere North of Paradise with a volcano in the background.
Obviously this picture was sponsored, hence the caps.
Pictures of the kitchen to follow...
Us on a bench at Kautz Creek trail head 1.
The little hill peaking up in the background is Mount Rainier, all 14,411 feet of it.
As well as taking in the viewpoint, we took a little walk up the trail…
US-English / UK-English translation: ''Trail Head' == 'Where the footpath starts' ↩