Tag Archives: Seattle WA

Profile Response: Valerie Wonder and Rekha Kovner, Seattle Public Library Seattle, WA

  I appreciate days when I can land in a town mid-afternoon and take a writing break. My preferred location is always the local library. I have become accustomed to nice libraries. Over the past twenty years, Massachusetts offered cities … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Mark Higgins, Opinion Editor, Seattle Times, Seattle, WA

  These days, Seattle has a good vibe. It’s growing, maybe too fast. It’s cutting edge, grunge and high-tech coexist happily. It’s both affluent and cool. People are passionate about their close-knit neighborhoods yet proud of their robust metropolitan area. … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 115 – Seattle, WA to Dupont, WA

August 28, 2015 – Partly sunny, 65 degrees Miles Today: 50 Miles to Date: 6,276 States to Date: 22  Much as I enjoyed Seattle, it felt great to climb on Surly, pedal down to the waterfront, weave through the container … Continue reading

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Cycling the U.S with a question: How will we live tomorrow?

This opinion essay was published in The Seattle Times on Thursday August 27, 2015. I am cycling toward Seattle at ten miles per hour, fueled by 5,000 calories a day and a question. Since May, I’ve logged 6,000 miles, traversed … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 114 – Seattle, WA

August 27, 2015 – Sunny, 80 degrees Miles Today: 5 Miles to Date: 6,226 States to Date: 22 I started the day with a quiet visit to Steven Holl’s chapel at Seattle University, a contemporary building with many references to … Continue reading

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