After living in the house for decades, I discovered an elegant night scape visible from an attic dormer. Not long after, development on the block wiped out the view. That loss was the most unwelcome change in the shift towards higher density.
I moved a bed from the basement (summer survival) to the attic (winter storage) and stumbled across an even more panoramic version of Seattle’s night sky. The evening’s reward was to be sung to sleep at an open window by one of the acts at Bumbershoot.
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