Category Archives: Seattle

Tanya, Lily, and I have been getting out of the city as much as possible lately and the website Tmber has been a great resource. I came across their video review of the Big Four Ice Caves and knew it would be a ton of fun for everyone. The next morning we packed up the toddler backpack and drove up into the Cascades for a day of fun.

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On our even continuing tour of Seattle’s local parks, we headed over to Magnuson Park located right along the banks of Lake Washington. The University of Washington is right around the corner, and you can often see their sailboats right off the coast. It’s a nice little place with shoreline trails and great water access if boating is your thing. We did a nice little walk around the paths and since it had rained recently Lily saw this as an opportunity to play in its swampy goodness.

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Ever since we moved up to Seattle I’ve been having a lot of fun exploring the great parks around this city. It seems like there’s great ones around every block, from Saint Edward to Gas Works Park. On this occasion, I visited Carkeek Park which is located in the north west section of the city on the Puget Sound. It boasts salmon running in Pipers Creek, to eagle colonies feeding on the beach. It’s a regular animal haven!

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Saint Edward State Park has quickly become one of our favorite places to go run our little 16 month old daughter, Lily. When we first thought of moving to Seattle, we had the idea in our head of these great picturesque parks all over with mossy trees and scenic trails. That and green. We missed greenery. As a Kenmore Family Photographer, finding a place like Saint Edward has been a real treat.

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