A few months ago I had an amazing opportunity arise through a new friend in Seattle. A good friend invited me to a Life Coaching seminar put on by a friend of his. I was a little skeptical about the whole thing, but to my amazement, I am 100% glad I went. The content was amazing, the students were great, and being the “client” was one of the most powerful things I have ever experienced!
I am hooked! I can’t wait till Awyken brings their Professional Coach Training to Seattle!
I had no idea something likes this existed! Supposedly the constructions workers who built the bridge abutment on the north side of the HWY 99 Bridge had a LOT of extra concrete and created this structure. I kept hearing about it and decided to check it out for myself.
So yesterday I went to the world famous Pike’s Place Market. So a little information on it, it is a public farmer’s market that overlooks the Elliott Bay Waterfront. I went on a Friday afternoon and it was packed, there were so many people walking around and shopping. It was definitely a wonderful experience. You can buy things like fresh fish to handmade clothing and so much more. It was so much to take in, with all the stands and people I got lost a couple times! I got some fresh fruit and jerky and a couple pounds of salmon. Also I got to see the first Starbucks, I’m not much of a coffee person but I’m learning you can always find a coffee shop nearby in Seattle. I definitely enjoyed the day and I will definitely go again. Next up, the Fremont Troll!
Seattle is one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S. It is in the pacific region it is the largest city with it’s population exceeding 3.5 million. It is located on the inlet of the Pacific Ocean, the city offers the 8th largest port in the U.S.
It is characterized by a hilly landscape being situated in an area occupied by seven hills. Being near the ocean, its climate is mild, and others refer to it as temperate marine. This form of climate is composed of wet winters, cool and warm temperatures and dry summer.
It is a hub to numerous industries both the new and older industrial companies. These include clean technology companies, internet and technology, design and service companies. The port facilitates trade especially from Asia, which can be termed as part of the contributory factors to a large gross product of the city.
The city has many names that are all due to certain features. For instance, it is called the rain city due to its cloudy nature and rainy weather. It is also called the city of flowers to encourage the residents to plant more flowers and beautify the city. It is also a major attraction sites with various events such as the Seattle International Film Festival attracting people from all over the U.S.
My name is Brian and I’ve created this blog to tell of my adventures in Seattle. I got a job offer here in Seattle, so I moved on up from Utah. Seattle is completely new to me and to help adjust to the move and share my stories with my family I decided to create this blog! I want to share all my experiences with this great city to the world. I’ve only been here a week but I already love it.
Just another adventure and I can’t wait to share it with you all!