Interestingly, I never saw a single food truck in Seattle, but there were plenty of interesting and tasty street vendors, such as this Japanese themed hot dog stand in downtown Seattle.
I was impressed by the Seattle Space Needle, which I believe was one of the first of its kind when it opened in the early 1960’s, and is a great example of Modernist design. It was an incredible daring design,… Continue Reading
I’ll be darned! The city of Seattle didn’t allow Target to demolish an entire city block for a parking lot surrounding a one story big box Target. The parking garage (which is barely needed due to the large amount of… Continue Reading
Pike Place Market remains one of the most famous public markets in the United States, so I visited the market while in Seattle. As far as fresh seafood, there’s probably very few places in the United States where you can… Continue Reading
Not a lot of brick houses in Seattle, but there are plenty of wood frame houses, the bounty of the logging industry in the Pacific Northwest. The streets are tree lined, and happily so since it was very hot when… Continue Reading
This is where we stayed the night before going to Mount St. Helens the next morning.
I will never forget the moment, while driving through the clouds on a mountain near Mt. St. Helens with my friend Jeff, we burst through above the clouds and saw the volcano in all of its glory straight ahead. As… Continue Reading