|This concrete sculpture under an overpass was lit with rainbows at night|
This was highlighted for me last weekend on a trip to Seattle with G.
|Pretty little fountain- You can see loaner bicycles in the background|
|Yup, Good Karma|
|G in his natural environment|
|I enjoyed eating at Black Bottle in Belltown|
The next day, we planned to meet my friend Matt at the Zeitgeist Coffeehouse in Pioneer Square. I love that place with it's sort of hipster vibe and not just rice milk, but almond milk too. At the front, there was a man in his 60s ordering a sandwhich. He was well dressed and extremely demanding. As the cashier took his order, he tried cajoling her to do special things for him, like adding tomatoes to his food and an extra shot for free, promising to come there often. His use of familiar terms and inability to stop directing her got on my nerves. Plus, every thirty seconds he asked for something else on top of his other demands.
|There was an outdoor sculpture|
|Bunches of salmon- this is the underground fish ladder viewing spot|
|The locks were the most interesting to me. We watched for hours.|
|And this- THIS is a jasmine tree. Oh my gosh....|
|In working on the locks, people need to not fear falling. That's a museum in the background|
|Did I mention that the fish would jump clear out of the water?|