One summer on Lake Washington at Kenmore, which is on the north end of the lake.
I was with my friend from high school, Gary Jang. I enjoyed those lazy summer days water skiing the lake or up to the Sammamish Slough when the lake was choppy from the wind. Gary
Inglewood Golf and Country Club
we caddies didn't look like much
in our hung out to dry jeans and t-shirts,
but we were hired by
some of Seattle's finest citizens---
the two dollar fee and dollar tip, made three.
at first we were mules,
shouldering a heavy load,
or silent statues eyeing
the unruly flight of the ball,
Kenmore’s busiest intersection was less hectic in the good old days! The main intersection in downtown Kenmore, at 68th Ave. NE & Bothell Way, has seen many changes over the years. One of the earliest known enterprises was a dance hall, built by S.E. Hitsman, that opened in 1917. Only
The Red Brick Road Through Kenmore
Roads were primitive or nonexistent for early settlers in the Kenmore area. They relied heavily on the waterways and later the railroad to get from place to place. From the late 1800s, however, there always was a wagon road of sorts between Seattle and
The rise and fall of train transportation through Kenmore 1885 to 1971
By Jo Ann Evans, October 4, 2018
Imagine living in Seattle over a hundred years ago before World War I and planning an exciting Sunday excursion to Kenmore and environs by train.
Train travel for business and pleasure in the Seattle
Jo Ann Evans, March 30, 2018
In 1976, my husband and I were searching for a home roomy enough to hold our restored 1924 theatre pipe organ. We found what we were looking for in Kenmore, just up the hill from the drive-in movie theatre. Can you believe we watched movies—silently with binoculars—from