|"All who know me ... respect me."|
Signed by Charles M Russell
|Back of the card showing Dec 30 1907 Postmark|
Published by W T Ridgley Co
One cent stamp!
More from the Island ...
We recently had a stormy day here in the Emerald City (aka Seattle, WA). We enjoy storms as long as we don't encounter any significant damage and that is exactly the way the day turned out. We had breaks in the clouds such as you see in the photo below.
Anyone out there have a digital barometer and enjoy watching a storm approach? Yes, we know ... we're way beyond the norm on this ... crazy?
Delighted to spot namesake, MS Seattle, a Hanjin Container Vessel, departing Seattle on Saturday, Oct 15th. (We included a pic of her arrival, the day before, in our Oct 14th post.)
There she goes ... last cruise ship to visit Seattle 2016 season ... Star Princess departing on Saturday, Oct 21st ...
|Oct 21st 4:35 PM|
Off to warmer climes for the winter.
We're back in the routine of daily walks. Noticed the scene below while walking by one of the branch libraries. Thumbs up for the crew of Engine 20. Now wondering if fire trucks seem fascinating after seeing something like this as a kid. Hmmmm ...
Green to gold ... it's all in this one ...
Do you ever, on a fall walk, see just one leaf that strikes you?
It seemed late in the season for this one, but maybe it's never too late if there hasn't been a frost ...
Couldn't stop looking at the sky ...
|Oct 21st 5:56 PM|
|Is this a "photobomb" or ARE you OK with the Bird?|
|MS Africa, China Shipping Line Container Vessel|
Oct 17th 8:43 AM
Vessel capacity 9,000 TEU
Here is an image from the web that compares the sizes of container ships over the years. The MS Africa in our photo is about a "mid-sized" container vessel ...
The pic below seemed fitting for closing this post ...
|Fishing vessel leaving Elliott Bay at dusk|
October 21, 2016 6:24 PM
Closing thought today comes from the Official Dictionary of Sarcasm ...
LIE: Something politicians accuse each other of doing in an endless and laughably ironic cycle of the pot calling the kettle black.