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Little Free Library: 3 More in Seattle’s Central District

We’ve had some unusually nice spring days here in Seattle, and I decided to take advantage of one for an evening stroll to look for a new Seattle Little Free Library. Well, I found three more in my neighborhood… and now I know which one has the good magazines. Bonus! The Reading Nook You’ve got to love a LFL that offers comfortable seating as well as free books. These cute green chairs are ready and waiting for you to sit down, browse the library, and even do a little reading. Next time I’ll bring a cold drink and settle in. [...]

2016-12-31T17:57:58-07:00May 25th, 2016|

Little Free Library: Three in Seattle’s Central District

A couple of weekends ago, Seattle closed down some streets in my Central District neighborhood to make a bike trail and block party for the day. The sun was shining and it sounded like the perfect chance to visit a few local Little Free Libraries in my area! The Newsstand I found this library outside an apartment building. It’s constructed out of an old newspaper box like you might find on the sidewalk — but you don’t have to put any quarters in this one, of course. There weren’t too many books to choose from, but I did find another [...]

2016-12-31T17:58:10-07:00October 1st, 2015|

Little Free Library Series — Savannah

Books and baked goods... The peaceful predawn hours are a special time of day, particularly if you’re fond of donuts.  It’s also an ideal time to visit a Little Free Library.  I had the good fortune to bring together the indisputably perfect combination of donuts and books while vacationing in the lovely city of Savannah, Georgia, recently.  Having been assigned the mission to seek out the finest bakery on the Georgia coast, I used a combination of dead reckoning and good luck to find the Baker’s Pride Bakery on the outskirts of Savannah, just down the road from Herschel Vespasian [...]

2016-12-31T17:58:16-07:00May 22nd, 2015|Tags: |
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