My trip consisted primarily of drinking with friends and walking the city. And I walked the city. From the piers to Pioneer Square, from the Square to downtown, up to Capitol Hill and down to Lake Union, and past the Space Needle to get back to Belltown.
This weekend in Seattle, the clouds broke for the first time in what seems like ages. Sunlight blanketed the city and friends drank sangria on rooftops as boats passed through the Sound. But not all scenes were so idyllic. On one grassy field, in some fiery hearts, a war was brewing. Here, in the shadow … Continue reading Not With A Bang, But A ‘Whoomp’
In walks this girl and she sits next to me. For whatever reason, I decided to chat her up. I blame the whiskey.
A visitor from the East came for the past few days, which gave me an excuse to be a bit of a tourist in Seattle. Along with the Seattle Aquarium, the Space Needle and Pike Place Market, we saw Ryan Adams in concert at Benaroya Hall ("Soccer Sticker!"), ate at Benihana's (the novelty has worn … Continue reading A Weekend in Seattle