I love the look of the brick and the foliage. The eagle just adds to the overall look. The Federal Building was built in 1933 and in a document about Government Buildings, it is described as a mongrel….”The exterior facade is a combination of Georgian, Federal and Renaissance Revival styles.”
This was a musical weekend. The grandkids, my daughter, and I went to see the last concert of the Sequim City Band Sequim City Band until next April. A previous post shows where they perform during the summer months every Sunday afternoon.
As I took the picture, I was reminded of the local joke that Sequim is a town of retirees and their parents…all the white hair in the picture…but honestly, there are some pretty young ones in the back rows.
I had the pleasure of listening to Tracy Blume perform with her band, “Jazz in Blume” this past Monday. Tracy and her band provide a wonderful evening of listening pleasure to the tunes of the Big Band Era. Local viewers should check out the website for their schedule of performances. This coming weekend, Tracy will perform with the local highschool choir and jazz group.
In one week the DP community will once again feature a common theme. November will feature “things that are about to disappear” from around the world. Will mine be the leaves along Kitchen-Dick Road…or??
I didn’t catch anyone posing for pictures in these Halloween costume cut outs. These, along with many other staged areas, make Pumpkinland a perfect place for taking photos.
One of the exhibits at Pumpkinland is exotic and unusual rabbits. I must confess this Lionhead rabbit was a new one for me.
The day I visted, this iron pot full of sweet corn, was a popular spot. Not only was the corn excellent, the fire provided a nice warm spot. it was a bit nippy that day.