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View of Mt. Rainier from deck of our new house

Better still, view you get if you walk two blocks west from our new house. Seattle is purdy.

And, no, we're still not moved in yet, but the lion's share of the painting/scraping/scrubbing is done. For now. Think I'll go drop of exhaustion if it's all the same to you.

ROTK:EE today! Glee!



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Dec. 14th, 2004 06:06 pm (UTC)
I have very fond memories of walking to school with Mt. Baker in my view on one side and Mt. Rainier on the other (if it was a really clear day). I lived in Oak Harbor when I was in jr high - it's not just Seattle that's purdy. =)

Jen Speaks (http://www.freakinjen.us/weblog.php)
Dec. 15th, 2004 08:48 pm (UTC)
Oh, I know it's the whole area! I just used "Seattle" as the word because I find it remarkable that you can still be within city limits of the largest city in four states, and get views like that.
Dec. 15th, 2004 08:48 am (UTC)
WOW. Pretty Pretty Pretty.

And how many days a year is it NOT raining so hard you can't see squat? ;-)
Dec. 15th, 2004 08:50 pm (UTC)
Heh...well...raining "so hard"? We don't get that too often, actually. Around here we have this patented soft misty drizzle--which, to answer your question, is present some 187.4 days of the year; a dense marine layer of low clouds, sans actual rain, is present another 132.6, and the remainder of the days are clear. ;)
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