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How Seattle is Battling the Drug Addiction Epidemic

Sponsored Post: NorthPoint Washington, in Washington State, is an inpatient drug and alcohol facility. We are determined to help those regain hope for a long lasting recovery. Back in August of last year, it was widely reported that 2016 statistics showed two-thirds of drug-related deaths cited opioids as the cause. Last year, over 80% of […]

A Snowy Scene This Week

A dusting of snow and chilly weather greeted Green Lake this morning. Check out the latest forecast, more may be headed our way.

Our Coldest February Since 2014 But Still A Stunning Scene

Monday was our coldest February day since 2014. It might be chilly out there, but the Cascades were throwing some beautiful shadows at sunrise this morning. And while spring is around the corner, this cold may stick around for a while. See Dustin’s predictions here. SaveSave SaveSave

Happy New Year

Goodbye to 2017, hello 2018. The last sunset of the year over Green Lake did not disappoint. Happy New Year, Greenlakers!  

A White Christmas In Green Lake

A White Christmas in Green Lake is a rarity. Our own Dustin Guy captured some striking photos of the the snowy scene. To see the rest of his Christmas Snow album, go to his flickr page.

Tree Fire This Weekend In The Park

Thanks to reader John, who sent us photos and his encounter with a fire in a tree in the park over the weekend. Here’s what happened: “Just wanted to share these photos from my run around Green Lake early on Saturday. At about 6:30 a.m. I was on my first of two laps of the […]

Green Lake Pathway Of Lights 2017

In case you missed it, the Green Lake Pathway of Lights could not have had better weather. Okay, maybe a light calm snow would have made it magical, but honestly, the weather was wonderful. The night was clear and without any rain, thousands flocked to the lake to hear the music and see the hot […]

An Amazing Glimpse Into Space From Green Lake

Yesterday morning, our own Dustin Guy was able to capture a pretty cool sight – an occultation (which is the passage of one celestial body in front of another). According to Guy, “occultation is similar to an eclipse but on a smaller scale. The star Aldebaran, at a distance of 65 light years, slipped behind the Moon […]

You Aren’t Imagining It… Green Lake’s Water Level Is Extremely Low

Does Green Lake’s water level seem low? You aren’t imagining it, it really is. We received a tip from Greenlaker Garet Munger who has been monitoring the water level for the past four years. He shared his data and insights with us.  Green Lake Water Level August 30, 2013 to August 30, 2017 CharlieChester (our mixed […]

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