Stormy’s approach to her tour is that she is showing friends around her city, telling them about some of the highlights, giving some hints about cool things to do after the tour. Instead of just delivering a “tour,” she tries to be a story teller — and Seattle sure has its share of interesting stories!
Ride the Ducks of Seattle isn’t her 1st time serving as a Tour Guide. She’s hosted guests at The Riordan Mansion in Flagstaff and Biringer Farm right here in Washington. A graduate of Puget Sound Christian College, Stormy has had a diverse background as a youth minister, a social worker, a volunteer boxing coach (Don’t mess with her!), and she is working to make a name for herself as an artist.
Born in New York, Stormy considers Flagstaff, Arizona her hometown. She moved to Washington in 1997 and Seattle in 2014. Her close-knit family includes her 2 adult kids, Kate and Corey, and her grandbaby, Madelyn, and her mom.
Stormy Weathers [NOT her real name] says of her persona, “She’s me, but louder, funnier, and I have to reign her in or she’ll just jump over every fence there is! I operate under the assumption that everyone is happy to see me.” Good assumption, Stormy!
The forecast is for continued Stormy Weather and we couldn’t be more glad!
As you can imagine, being a tour guide at Ride the Ducks is a ton of fun and you get to listen to a lot of great music. Our Quackmasters of Fun have compiled a Spotify playlist of some of their favorite songs that you might hear on your Duck Tour. If you ride with Stormy Weather, be sure to request Uptown Funk!