…bringing the prettiest sunsets to Soundview. People who’ve stayed here will recognize this view from the deck. Usually things start slowing down about now, but not this year. The cottage is booked solid through October! But I’m offering the low-season special anyway – 20% off for stays between November 1 and May 15 – because I enjoy my guests.
I’ve been up on The Mountain recently. The last post was a hike to Spray Park on the northwestern flank, and a couple of weeks ago I hiked with a friend out of Sunrise. The Sunrise road goes up to 6400 ft., the highest road in the Park, and it will close soon for the winter. This was a beautiful view looking south across the terminus of the Emmons glacier.
And, looking far to the southeast, the Tatoosh Range pokes its pointy peaks into the sky.
Another fun recent Northwest happening for me was an informal fundraiser concert in a Bremerton backyard – for the local symphony. Yummy BarBQ, amazing music performed live in a clearing in the woods, pleasant people supporting the arts – what more could one want?
Well, I guess if you really take that question seriously, you could answer world peace; freedom from hunger, disease, want and fear for everyone; a loving home for every child; and a true democracy for our country – washed clean from the corrupting influence of money in politics.