Historic art deco in Yakima on a post-demo stroll about town. Nice way to wrap up the Seattle portion of our book tour...
A first on this tour - a demo in the wild of sorts. It was a beautiful evening in Yakima outside Inklings Bookshop to talk ferments. Waiting for people to arrive is always the toughest part.
You know when you are in the Pacific Northwest when a Sasquatch makes the list of animals to avoid feeding on the trail.
Snoqualmie Falls was a great stop on our way from Bellingham to Yakima today. So incredible and so beautiful.
After a great evening with an engaged group at Village Books we took a long walk along the bay in Bellingham. This town has seduced us several times, such a beautiful place.
It is always a good sign when the bookstore you are going to speak at has something like this embedded in their walls for all to see. Here is to freedom wherever you call home.
We enjoyed getting to know an engaged group at a community-based bookstore. Photo courtesy of one of those engaged audience members, rainydaybees.com. I am not sure what Kirsten was explaining but she had my attention. Still learning...
Writing you these postcards from the Seattle Public Library with this view. This building is amazingly beautiful, as is the city itself.
Living in the country we never get to have breakfast at a French cafe in the city. This morning we did, in a corner window table, pondering it all and what's ahead of us.
First night, figuring out our game together. It's been a while since we shared the stage but whatever I am saying it seems to be amusing Kirsten. So far so good.