Monthly Archives: January 2012

ARRGH, Snow!

Here’s proof that we actually do get snow in Seattle. Epic “snow event” last week.

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Eiffel Tower!

When I was a little younger than Henry, my older brothers built their famous Eiffel Tower out of legos. While they were at school, I allegedly snuck into their room and knocked it over. There were screams, tears, and I’m … Continue reading

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Double Space Needle!

I actually do think Seattle needs another Space Needle.

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MLK Day @ The Space Needle

Somehow I thought it’d be a bigger deal to the kids to be 520 feet above the ground with a spectacular view of Seattle. I think Henry and Ruby like looking at the Space Needle more than from the Space … Continue reading

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Ruby catches snowflakes

With her tongue. 1st Seattle snowfall of 2012.

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Seattle Stamina

The Fry Family Quartet added to its list of places to go in Seattle when it’s cold and raining: the Volunteer Park Conservatory. Good for about 15 minutes of three- and four-year-old attention spans, but long enough to warm up … Continue reading

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Calm before the storm

The Fry Family Quartet spent a relaxing weekend on Mud Bay this weekend – a nice retreat in advance of what is going to be a hectic January and February. Here’s Henry on a beach walk. We returned with pockets … Continue reading

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