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Fremont Troll in Seattle, Washington

Back to January.

A visit to Seattle, Washington.

After a week in Hawaii, I headed back to Seattle with Jen and Andrew to hang out for a few days. I’ve been to Seattle twice(ish) before and have pretty much exhausted the city’s attractions, so I had no major plans other than to walk around, drink coffee, and chill out with my friends. I ended up exploring some of my old favorites: Pike Place, the sculpture park, and the weird roadside art in Fremont. I discovered new attractions, like the Locks, where boats get to rise up in the water to transition from salt water to fresh. I met up with Kat, who I’d only before known via Twitter, for an afternoon of ferry rides and coffee. I played pinball and wanted to steal a latch hook at an awesome hipster bar in the “hood.” And I ate the hell out of Seattle, of course. But more on that later.

Skyline in Seattle, Washington.

Fremont Lenin statue in Seattle, Washington.

Fremont Troll in Seattle, Washington.

Fremont Rapunzel in Seattle, Washington.

Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle, Washington.

Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle, Washington.

Ferris Wheel in Seattle, Washington.

Ye Olde Curiosity Shoppe in Seattle, Washington.

Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington.

Skyline in Seattle, Washington.

Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington.

Me and Kat at Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington.

Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington.

Twilight Exit in Seattle, Washington.

Grandfather Clock Latch Hook Twilight Exit in Seattle, Washington.

Twilight Exit in Seattle, Washington.

Twilight Exit in Seattle, Washington.

Twilight Exit in Seattle, Washington.

The Locks in Seattle, Washington.

The Locks in Seattle, Washington.

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