From timeanddate.com ...
|Seattle Solstice is Monday, at 2049 hours (8:49 PM PST)|
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Here we go again ...
Celebrating the Season with one of our old cards ...
We've featured this old card before and still think it's the best for starting Winter. Copyright 1906 by O. Benedict, Chicago. Benedict did one of these cards for each of the seasons.
A few December skies ...
Looking across Puget Sound
|December 9th, Late Afternoon|
This was one of those "grab the camera" moments.
The drought in Seattle and Western Washington is officially over!
|Screen Shot from Deptartment of Ecology|
Fresh snow on the Olympic Mountains ...
The photo above was taken on the morning of December 16th. There were dark clouds above us in Seattle but way over to the west the Olympic Mountains were in full sunshine. Those mountains, about 50 miles distant, were almost clear of snow at the end of summer.
Let us be the first to wish you a fine Winter! Thanks for stopping by John's Island.