More info about this base here: http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-20079147
Or here: http://www.abandonedberlin.com/2014/11/vogelsang-soviet-military-camp-nuclear-missiles.html
Here are the selected seconds of my life, from the beginning of April through the end of June, 2015. Enjoy!
We walked down the hill to the Olympic Sculpture Park, took in the sights and artwork, and began a walking/busing/uberring trip that took us through Capital Hill, the University District, and Fremont.
The day included everything from watching coffee roasting on Pike Street to slurping down delicious udon near UW to observing the antics of drunks on the Troll Stroll while sipping homebrew.
We stopped in the stunning Central Library in Seattle and marveled at all of the glass and modernism on display.
Kudos to Kath for putting up with Seattle’s Living Computer Museum while I indulged my nostalgia for old Apples, Commodores, Amigas, and DEC hardware.
I had heard that Seattle had stunning spring days, when the sun is shining. Now, I believe.
Kath and I are rambling around the jewel of the Northwest.