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I have an ugly stump on my boulevard that I put a pot on and planted some seeds, but this I never thought of painting the whole stump like these folks down on 17th near Trader Joe's on Capitol Hill. Here are a few other ideas for your yard and garden area:
32 Cheap And Easy Backyard Ideas That Are Borderline Genius:
"Pigments from France of burnt ochre, Italian green earth, warm saffron drenching joyful surfaces of plaster walls; international assemblies of cultural pieces respectfully orchestrated to ease and enrich their diversity...' Détente'. A patina of textures dominate the exhilarating décor: the influence of stained concrete, tiles, antique Teak floors; heavy beams against delicate Fretwork; blown glass finials. Romance on stage from dawn to sunsets across 222' saltwater. The ingenuity of ‘mélange’."
This is a beautiful one-of-a kind home that's located just South of Seattle in Normandy Park.
I just love the decoration and gear the little guy is wearing in this picture! Fall is in the air and with Halloween coming up, decorations and breathtaking leaves are popping up everywhere. It's just one of the many advantages to living in the beautiful North West!
Isn't this poster neat? It displays all the major- and some of the smaller- Seattle neighborhoods. My plan is to hang this up in my room so that I can get a better idea of where different businesses and friend's homes are in Seattle. Being aware of the layout of one's city is just the beginning in truly appreciating Seattle!
Next time you're in the Sandpoint area looking for a place to hang out, look no further!Warren G. Magnuson Park has virtually everything: a large off-leash dog area, two swim spots with life guards, lots of beautiful places to sit and much more. There's even a marsh area, which is a great spot to take pictures or just stroll around. Next time you're in the area, be sure to check it out!
Seattle Harbor (Elliot Bay), 1878 (Taken from the foot of Cherry street), a photo by crackdog on Flickr.
Isn't this picture of Elliot Bay taken in 1878 great? Seattlites are fortunate to live in a city with many historical resources. From the many libraries to the Burke Museum, there's plenty available for anyone interested in history. And there's nothing like an old black and white photograph to really remind us of our City's routes!
If you've ever spent time around Lake Union, chances are you've notices some houseboats scattered around the lake. These houseboats are so charming, and they really vary from boat to boat. Some of them look like a little cottage while others resemble yachts. If you have any experience living on a houseboat, make sure to tell me about it in the comments!