Getting to Know Seattle: Still Fall Color

We’re getting into Seattle’s really drippy season, so I make a point of being outdoors whenever I can. The week started out nice and I was a little light on my exercise last week, so I set off early in the morning walking to breakfast at the Crumpet Shoppe — ricotta cheese and lemon curd of course, plus two large cups of coffee. I walked from there to Pike Place Market, then to Eileen Fisher on Pine, then walked home. I was enticed by the opening weekend of Beautiful Boy that was playing downtown, so I took the bus back down the hill, saw the film, caught the bus home, and grabbed dinner at Oaxaca on top of Queen Anne hill. All in, I walked 20,213 steps , or just over 9 miles. The rain came on and off — it was a deluge when I got off the bus and ran across Queen Anne Avenue to the restaurant — but during the day I caught some gorgeous lingering fall color.

The colorful bouquets are in Pike Place market.

Flowers at Pike Place all through the winter months.

2 thoughts on “Getting to Know Seattle: Still Fall Color

  1. Wow! You are amazing as are the Fall colors.
    We did get fitbits (at your suggestion). I celebrate when I get to 10,000 steps.
    The Fall colors are particularly beautiful here in NY this year. There are rich yellows, golds, and reds. Just beautiful.


  2. for Katie: Glad you are FitBit users! I’ll bet you rack up a lot of steps walking around the hospital. And glad we are sharing wonderful fall color.

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