West Seattle Summer Fest

For three delightful days, we teamed up with the SW Seattle Historical Society to type poems at their booth for the West Seattle Street Fair.

One of the coolest things was getting to write a poem for Chief Seattle’s great great great grandson, Ken Workman, about viewing the history of the Duwamish Peninsula through its ancient trees:

Here’s Sean reading his poem to Ken Workman.

Posted by Log House Museum on Sunday, July 15, 2018


Another highlight was writing a poem for Ada Cruzen, whose husband Earl was responsible for the wonderful West Seattle murals:

A fun video on preserving the West Seattle murals:

Some photos from the festival weekend:

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