Here’s a little about who we are and our house in Seattle.
Cecile (cecileandrews.com) is a former community college administrator, has her doctorate in education from Stanford, and is the author of Circle of Simplicity, Slow is Beautiful, and Less is More. Paul, a former Seattle Times technology columnist, is the co-author of Gates, the biography of Bill, and How the Web was Won. He is an avid mountain bike rider and hosts the Web site, Bike Intelligencer. He also manages a number of Web sites.
We are always accompanied by our Bichon Frise, Millie. Which is one reason we offer to allow a small dog as well.
Our house in Seattle was built in 1929, has hardwood floors, and a gas fireplace insert. It is close to, and has a view of, Green Lake (a small lake, 3 miles around, heavily used by walkers and bicyclists). Our house is adjacent to the Woodland Park Zoo and a big city park with picnic areas, tennis courts, soccer and baseball fields, and oval running tracks. We are about 3 miles west of the University of Washington, 4 miles north of downtown Seattle, and about 4 miles east of Puget Sound.
We live in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood, a casual, relaxed, neighborhood committed to progressive issues and sustainability. It is close to a small business district with an independent bookstore, small cafes, good restaurants and two bus lines. We’re just blocks from the Puget Consumers Co-op, one of the oldest food co-ops in the country.
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