Sunny Seattle: those words sound as though they don’t belong together. I’ve visited the beautiful city many times, and this trip was so beautiful and the weather was so pleasant–it felt like a different place. Where I Stayed: The Westin My Favorite Meal: The Premium Sushi Omakase at Shiro’s Sushi My Favorite New Brewery: Cloudburst and Fremont My Favorite New Beer Shop: TeKu Tavern Best Quick Tourist-y Thing to Do: The hour long harbor tour with Argosy You Can’t Miss: Pike Place Market, […]
I wore the heck out of my Nike ACG Boots while I was in Seattle and the surrounding areas. I came back with some great shots and 5 pounds of rocks. It was so peaceful out there. Your sole can just step back and take a breath. What would we do without nature to fuel our tanks and weigh down our backpacks?
Last week I went to Seattle for a couple of days. What a great city! And what a great place for a night stroll, as long as you stay dry and warm. I wandered around Pike Place Market for a bit. Did you know it opened in 1907? That makes it one of the oldest public farmer’s markets in the US. It’s also home of the first Starbucks. So that’s cool– I guess. There will be more pictures soon!
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