Piece of driftwood or ancient benthic beast? You decide.
This view of King Commons park in Johnson City is a place that I keep coming back to again and again.
The long winter seems long behind us and campus is lush with flowering trees and grass carpets. Brush Quad, situated between St. Lawrence University’s oldest building (Richardson Hall) and its newest (Kirk Douglas Hall), looks particularly welcoming.
Seattle’s skyline on a nice clear day from Alki always gives me the warm fuzzies.
Seattle center’s International Fountain in the late spring and summer always reminds me of trips downtown for various festivals.
Nothing finer on a sunny Seattle day than admiring the beautiful Puget Sound.
It’s hard to get comfortable on the rocky beach near the point of Seattle’s Discovery Park, but the unique perspective it offers on the maritime nature of Seattle is worth it.