Today, two of our volunteers that traveled for the service week in Seattle arrived. They left cold, snowy Minnesota to be welcomed to sunny and relatively warm temperatures of Seattle. After a long flight we decided to stretch our legs a bit a go for a hike in Discovery Park. Discovery Park is a 534 acre natural area park, the largest in the city with beautiful views of Puget Sound and lots of green, mossy forests to walk through. While it ended up being a little more grueling of a hike than planned (due to the navigator getting all turned around) we did have so gorgeous views looking back over Puget Sound towards West Seattle.
After the hike we returned back to our home base for the week and had an orientation to the week and discussed some of the issues and struggles that many in the city are now facing. We wrapped up the evening with the PV Commissioning Service. We are looking forward to our first day tomorrow! We hope you follow along on this journey with us.