Throughout downtown Edmonds, the marina and waterfront, the fall colors are starting to really come into their full glory.
Look for the show, especially in the last couple weeks of October. Make your plans now to come out and enjoy a walk on the beach or a drive through town.
Consider walking from Main Street up as far as the Frances Anderson Center, where the colors will become spectacular. Hickman Park, City Park, Marina Beach and the Edmonds Marsh will all be putting on a show.
Perhaps take a drive into Perrinville where you can stop in at The Cottage at Blue Ridge to pick up some fresh sourdough bread at their bakery pop-up. Treat yourself to some Fat Pig BBQ while you're there!
Or walk through downtown to soak in the more than 35 permanent public art installations and the many murals, including the latest by Andy Eccleshall, Edmonds' renowned muralist, and Ty Juvenil, Native American artist and member of the Tulalip Tribes. While you're here visit the city's latest taproom, Leftcraft, for a brew and a meal.
There is so much to see and do in Edmonds and the sweet and colorful days of autumn are a great time to get out of the house.