I've used Oneill's Plumbing just once, but compared to other plumbers I've dealt with, I really liked the staff. I got the work I needed done completed really quickly and under the estimate they gave me.
If you're looking for dog training classes that will help you to better connect with your dog, this is going to be the class for you. Jeff Tinsley is the owner and lead teacher in the company, and he works hard to help you better understand how your dog thinks, feels, and reacts. This training program will force you to work with your dog regularly, but I think the results are well worth it.
I have been taking my dogs, who are just puppies still, to this vet clinic for about six months now. Last month, one of my dogs had a weird spot on his nose. The vet spent nearly an hour with my dog examining the spot and taking samples of it. He also followed up with me promptly as soon as the test results were known. I would recommend this place to all West Seattlites with pets!
The Queen Anne Community Center is a superb haven for the Queen Anne community. I have swam there for years, and the pool is in pretty good condition. The center is overall a nice place for teens and seniors, as well. There are often classes, like dancing, language, or cooking classes.
Madrona Park and Beach is located on the waterfront on Lake Washington. The park include a wooded hillside that slopes down to a grassy beach and swimming area, where lifeguards are on duty in the summer. It also features a jogging path along Lake Washington and picnic areas. Madrona Dance Studio is in the south part of the park. What a great place to drive to, park, and go running along the beach sidewalk!
Discovery Park is a great park located at one of Seattle?s westernmost points in Magnolia. The park is huge! There are miles of trails to walk and some to ride on bikes. There are several fields for outdoor sports, amazing views throughout the area, and several picnic areas. If you are going to fly a kite, this is the place to do it in Seattle!
The Museum of Flight, located at Boeing Field, is a great place to take kids. First off, there are planes and helicopters of all sorts in the museum to look at. There are also simulator type planes, for kids to get into and pretend to drive, meanwhile the box that theyre in (the cockpit) moves along with their steering! Its really cool to see them get into it.
Henry Art Gallery is a place you wont want to miss as a UW student. I studied Southeast Asian Studies, and the exhibits the museum put on with a focus on Southeast Asia were incredible. I cant tell you how unique they were. When I was a student there, there was no entry fee for students, but that may have changed by now.
The UW library is a haven for researchers, students, and anyone who is into reading or books! There are a number of libraries within the university system, but the one thats the best to visit by the public is for sure Suzzalo, which is in the middle of campus. Its enormous and has been recently remodeled. Its open to the public, although you cant check out books without a library card, which only students, staff and alum can get their hands on. Anyhow, check it out!
I used to live in Madrona and go to the local library often. While the library itself is small, a cool option to explore is looking at the Seattle Public libraries website online, placing holds on books from the site, and just going into the library at which you requested they are sent once they arrive to pick them up! That said, the Madrona library is really cute, and they try to stay involved in community activities whenever possible. Check it out if youre in the neighborhood!