Secret Seattle Summers.
I was told Seattle summers were “supposed to be a secret”, and to tell everyone that it was “raining the entire time I was there.” “[He] was actually quite fond of Seattle’s weather, and not merely because of it’s ambivalence. He liked it’s subtle, muted qualities and the landscape that those qualities encouraged if not engendered: vistas that seemed to have been sketched with a sumi brush dipped in quicksilver and green tea. It was fresh, it was clean, it was gently primal, and mystically suggestive.” – Tom Robbins
[Travel diaries from Seattle, WA | June 2017]