Alki Beach: West Seattle; Flat surface for biking, walking, roller blading, Pegasus Pizza is reputedly worth a visit
Newport Beach: Sandy beach for kids with safe water access, shade for parents to sit; on the east side
Olympia: 1.5 hrs drive; state capital, nice buildings and landscaped parks
Officially, Bytown Mom is not quite so Bytown anymore. We moved to Seatle, Washington about a month ago. I figured this would be a good time to get back and running with the blog. Not becuase I don’t have enough to do with the new job, new house, move, etc, but rather becuase there have been many, many observations running through my head and I haven’t been able to share them with our friends and family (just got internet and phone running today).
So here’s the thing, it really is freezing here today. At home in June I would either have the AC running, or I’d have the fan on in the house to get the cold air from the basement to the 2nd story. Here the fan is running to get the warm air from upstairns down here to the main floor — where I am sitting in slippers and a sweater. I refuse to turn on my furnace in June.
It is summy outside and looks gorgeous, but it is most decidedly chilly. I need to adapt to this quickly as the boys are not dressed properly for school — I need to ship them in pants, shirts and sweaters. Yesterday, Finn wore his fall coat inside all day, becuase I had put him in a t-shirt and shorts. Oops.