Last week my hubby, our dog Mishka, and I took a road trip from Utah to Washington state. We spent a day in Seattle visiting a friend and exploring the city.
We roamed the streets of downtown Seattle, hitting up local farmers markets and other attractions, grabbed some yummy food, and walked the grounds of a beautiful Japanese garden. Luckily we didn’t get rained on! Seattle definitely didn’t disappoint. Along the way, we also explored a cool waterfall, the San Juan Islands, and we stopped to see tons of beautiful scenery. I’m officially in love with the state and can’t wait to go back to the Pacific Northwest again soon! Check out the gallery below to see some of the places we stopped!
The Pike Place Market overlooks the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle
Fresh flowers from the market
Street performers jammin’
So packed on the weekend!
All types of vendors
The Space Needle observation tower
The gum wall in Post Alley
The first ever Starbucks location
Our lunch = authentic Honduran cuisine
Kubota Japanese Garden in the Rainier Beach neighborhood of Seattle
Had to get a photo in the gorgeous gardens
Snoqualmie Falls Park in Snoqualmie, WA
268 ft waterfall
Our dog kinda hates heights hahaha
My loves playing on the slide
Found a cool suspension bridge and lookout point on the San Juan Islands
At the top of Mount Eerie inSkagit County, WA
Found a pretty field in the middle of nowhere
Me and my Kevin
I LOVE WASHINGTON