Wisteria and pink dogwood in bloom.
Love that red door and trim around the beautiful windows.
A welcoming pathway. Looks like the pink rhododendron near the door is just starting to bloom.
No cookie-cutter homes in this neighborhood.
The grandest home of them all on Millionaires' Row.
A woman asked, "What are y'all doing?"
One hiker (an 80-year-old) answered, "We're hiking!"
Everybody laughed and the woman looked puzzled. I wonder what she was thinking.
The same thing happened at the Arboretum. A young man asked where we were going. Someone answered, “We’re walking from the Arboretum to Volunteer Park… and back.” He looked at us as if we were aliens from outer space.
I guess I can understand their reactions. After all, how often do you see a group of fifteen senior citizens, sporting backpacks and with trekking sticks, parading by?
Here's a link to the history of the area, along with more information:
Seattle's Capitol Hill Neighborhood
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