We’ve just discovered one of the best sunset perches in the entire region; you too can enjoy it, at Renton’s Hyatt Regency Lake Washington. This weekend we drank in the stunning views while attending one of the hotel’s pop-up dinners (plugged in a recent story).
We’ve been so impressed to see the innovation and determination propelling citywide restaurants through this challenging moment in time. (*Read to the end of this piece for an enlightening chat with some local small business owners.)
While we’re very aware there are much more important things going on in our country and world this summer, we are finding small joys wherever we can. We thought we’d share a few of our latest discoveries and tips. (But also, while we’re at it, this is a good time to make sure you’re registered to vote and to buy some stamps from the USPS!)
With these soaring temps as of late, we’re feeling drawn toward the rejuvenating water. Here are a few ways to celebrate the wonderful parts of this (very strange) summer that thankfully have not been cancelled:
During quarantine, some venues began spilling secrets to give us special treats to enjoy at home. And now that things are slowly beginning to reopen, we’re starting to think about the most responsible ways to enjoy nearby adventures in the months to come.
It’s nearly time to celebrate the father figures of the world; however, it’s likely any loved one might appreciate these tokens of beauty and deliciousness.
We’re attempting to keep our immune systems at their peak during this uncertain season, and we’re happy to say we’ve made some nutritious and delicious discoveries along the way.
Although Earth Day has come and gone, this current homebound era of slowing down has allowed us to truly plug into all the riches of our natural world.
The days and weeks are beginning to blend together, yet we’re finding small joys to keep our spirits buoyed as we continue to practice social distancing. We hope you’ll like some of these suggestions, too:
Things are certainly changing by the day (or hour) over here, and we’re all doing our best to stay afloat in the midst of such uncertainty.