Rainiest City, Seattle, Really?

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“Seattle is rainy and cold; and if it’s not raining, it’s windy, specially now and winter, maybe spring.” the shuttle driver said to me.

It was like that last week.

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It was so green and colorful that makes you forgive (no, you don’t forget) the wind, rain, and the cold air.

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Autumn colors in Seattle are magic.

This beautiful rose was showered by the light rain.

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One person can make a difference, and she did for her community.

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Most of my photos of this trip were taken with iPhone. I knew my Canon wouldn’t be able to tolerate the constant rain.

Is Seattle the rainiest city in the U.S.? Not even close…

According to the CityLab: Seattle gets 37.5 inches of precipitation during an average year, a drop in the rain barrel compared to 126.7 inches in Hilo, Hawaii, and 141.3 inches in Ketchikan, Alaska. There are 49.7 inches in Atlanta, for instance, 49.8 in…

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