Fresh air!

Normally I’d welcome the return of rain with a little melancholy. It means the short Seattle summer is over and we’re heading toward the dark and wet of autumn and winter. But after a week (more?) of the thickest smoke, the rain also meant a cleansing of the air and a refreshing of the parched land. What a difference it makes!

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  1. love this posttttt!

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  2. There’s outdoor art installations at the Data 1 building, is there any at the new Watershed building?

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    1. I don’t know the names of the buildings, but I do enjoy good art installations!

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      1. These buildings are at the foot of the Aurora Bridge. The Data 1 building has a slab of the Berlin Wall. The Watershed is new, I haven’t seen it yet.

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      2. Got it, in that case I know exactly what you’re talking about. My favourite thing about the Watershed building are the rain gardens that fill and cascade during rainstorms. The building is well named.

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