Come late July, the acres of blueberry bushes at Bybee-Nims Farm are in their prime. Get to this U-pick early in the morning and you can watch the sun come up over Mount Si, warming the evening frost off of the plump blue fruits. North Bend, 42930 SE 92nd St.; 425.888.5745; bybeenimsfarms.com
There are 93 days between the summer solstice and the autumnal equinox—that’s 93 official days of summer. But as experienced Seattleites, we know that number doesn’t translate to 93 days of sun (we’d be thrilled just to break last year’s record of 48 clear days in a row). That’s why our summer guide offers ways to make the most of every summer day—rain or shine.