Friday, July 17, 2015

Something's Fishy Around Here

 We enjoyed a day in the Pike Market area.  The flower stalls were outstanding
 Hoofed it over to Pioneer Square for the Underground Tour (www.undergroundtour.com). Thanks to floods and fire, present day Seattle is built further back and up from the harbor. But the original sidewalks and structures below exist. This tour is a hoot - interesting history and viewpoint of Seattle in the 1800s
 A sea otter entertained Ray at the Seattle Aquarium.
 Oh, the seafood. Yes, we saw the guys heave huge fish around.
Posing before we head to our Argosy Harbor cruise. I was happy despite the gray skies - wasn't working and I'm wearing a jacket. As I post this from home, it is over 100 in Dallas.......sigh.

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  1. Looks like a beautiful place with lots to see. Sorry you are having to deal with the heat back home.

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    1. that's what makes vacation time so special

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    1. ray and I have fun anywhere and Seattle is very neat

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  3. Glad you're having a fun time.
    Ann

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  4. Yet again, I am wishing to get to Seattle!

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    1. but wait there's more........coming up a jaunt to Victoria Canada

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  5. Looks gorgeous Joanne .. seems you've been having a fabulous time ... and yes I'm glad our heat has eased off - nothing like 100 deg though .. enjoy being home - cheers Hilary

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    1. yep - it was wonderful. And being home is fine too.

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  6. Oh, good, you took the cruise. The Port of Seattle is a fascinating place, isn't it, the way they unload cargo boxcars from ships?

    The one thing I didn't do was the Underground Tour; I wasn't even aware it existed. Have any pics from that?

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