Words from The Red Chair Travels After spending some time in the garden today and visiting with guests I went to Burien Town Square to cool off my legs.
Another gorgeous day to explore so off to the Sound Transit LightRail Station and I hopped aboard heading to the sports stadium. Our stop “Stadium Station” to visit Safeco Field where I saw Seattle Mariners Baseball pitcher Felix Hernandez. Then … Continue reading
As innkeepers Tom & Linda prepare today’s guests breakfast I’m reading in the journal about the good times other guests have had while staying here. Check out that red wall… Nice color, don’t you agree? It’s a beautiful day so … Continue reading
Today we were honored with the arrival of The Red Chair Travels. First thing our White Chair and “Red” kicked up their heels with excitment. After of tour of the B&B “Red” headed out to the garden to enjoy a … Continue reading
As a member of the Washington Bed and Breakfast Guild we are honored to be one of the few chosen to host The Red Chair while it visits Washington State. It’s all part of a multi-year B&B awareness program that … Continue reading
Dutch Baby Pancakes with Local Peaches, Raspberries and Blueberries from the Garden along with Sausage Links.
As summer arrives we look forward to taking in some great music at our local Lake Burien School Park. Every Thursday beginning July 10th “Music in the Park” will host a variety of musicians from Gypsy Jazz to Country and … Continue reading
Warm July days bring beautiful sunsets here in the Pacific Northwest. This photo was taken from The Guest House front porch with a peek of the Olympic Mountains in the distance.
Our weather has been just beautiful this summer and we are grilling up fruits for breakfast. Today we grilled watermelon and peaches to go with our fingerling potato, red onion and fresh spinach quiche. Today was a perfect day to … Continue reading
First day of our photo shoot went very well. I served Marcus and Trish from UNIQUE Angles Photography their breakfast first and then they had me scrambling in the kitchen preparing three more breakfasts. Then we moved out to the … Continue reading