Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Sunday, 04.06.08

Seattle's Public Market Center as seen from my lens.
Dinner at the Crab Pot.
A sight I can say I didn't see growing up in Texas but seen pretty much everywhere around these parts.
Flat Stanley at the ferry dock with Qwest and Safeco field in the background. Qwest is home to our Seattle Seahawks (football). Safeco is the home of our Seattle Mariners (baseball).

The crew in Post Alley.
The Market can be a challenge to maneuver but definitely worth it.
I believe this is Seattle's most memorable landmark.
Husbands for hire (inside joke) at the Seattle Center's fountain.

The original Starbucks. One of the street performers you'll see as you're walking throughout the Market area. This guy can hula hoop like none other. He was gracious enough to pose with Flat Stanley.
The quintessential Pike Place Fish Market shot.
Random street scene by the Market as taken from Post Alley.

We had a great day wandering around. Truly I am blessed to have such wonderful friends, family by choice, to spend my time with.
Love You. Mean it.


fiwa said...

I love the Market, I just don't love the crowds. Post Alley is my favorite section. Sounds like you had a great day with your friends. DId you make it to the tulip festival?

Summer said...

Is that *the* original Starbucks? Did it start out in Seattle?

Looks like a great day!

Cheryl said...

I'd really like to visit!

Ace C said...

Send that damn thing back.

Mo said...

Yep. We made it to the festival. I need to get on that post don't I?

Yes indeed. The original Starbucks is in Seattle. Doesn't look like much does it?

Go on ahead and book it!

He has been sent back. Sheesh.