West Seattle scenes: Saying ‘so long’ to September

September 30, 2012 at 9:17 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle weather | 4 Comments

So many wonderful photos shared this weekend – thanks again. Here’s one final (we think!) set for the weekend – both of these are by Craig Young. Above, tonight’s moonrise; below, Friday’s sunset (didn’t get a chance to share it till tonight, but it’s certainly representative of what we’ve been enjoying):

Though the National Weather Service forecast envisions some clouds early in the week, there’s no rain predicted – so far – for at least another week.

4 Comments

  1. Moved to Oceanside, Calif, and missed the wonderful fall, this picture brings happy memories of wonderful times in Seattle, I hope the fine weather continues for our friends that we truly miss. Send some rain our way.
    We love where we are but miss loved ones there.
    B

    Comment by Former West Seattle Bob — 10:14 pm September 30, 2012 #

  2. SoCal has been unusually warm, but hard to complain cooling off here at the beach in Santa Monica, with pelicans and a few dolphins as company.

    Comment by G — 11:07 pm September 30, 2012 #

  3. PELICANS! My favorite bird of all time. One of the few things I miss about San Diego, where we lived a couple years before moving here in 1991, where the pelicans flew in V-formations over the shore every night headed to wherever they slept … I know you can see them in the warmer months in Ocean Shores. Haven’t been out to the ocean coast in way too long.

    Comment by WSB — 12:08 am October 1, 2012 #

  4. WSB: pelicans are droll, ungainly, but are so dang likeable! Great being at the ocean where its warm enough you can actually play in it, rather than just stare at it.

    Comment by G — 9:47 am October 1, 2012 #

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