Signs of Fall:

This may have been the shortest summer I have experienced in Seattle. It didn’t even kick off until well into June, and coming back into town from Alaska I am greeted with a nip in the air, dark mornings with condensation on my windows and Bumbershooters walking about hunched over in winter’s posture (yet still trying to sport summer’s trendy threads). I had been looking forward to something a little warmer. Shouldn’t we be having an Indian summer, here?

2 Comments so far

  1. josh (unregistered) on September 6th, 2005 @ 9:08 am

    (yet still trying to sport summer’s trendy threads)

    They should have read our guide! Except it’s hard to blame them for their optimism. During certain parts of the afternoon (esp. during the Decemberists in the mainstage), it was very hot.


  2. Diane (unregistered) on September 6th, 2005 @ 10:50 am

    I don’t think you can really call it an Indian summer unless it gets chilly first… we WILL have an Indian summer, never fear. Spring and Fall are always wonderful here. This is just the beginning of fall.



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