After our 20 hour day, half spent traveling and half traipsing around Seattle, we spent a morning eating breakfast (my husband found a place with sourdough and was thrilled, while I found gluten free scones!), visiting the Seattle Aquarium, and then strolling through Pike Place Market (again). Then we dashed back up the hill to our hotel, where our bags were waiting for us (so thankful that the hotel watched them for us) and where my parents would pick us us. Once they arrived, the four of us drove around to wait for the ferry that would take us across the sound to visit some family.
I could ride a ferry every day and never get tired of it (well, except for paying for it). It’s a super smooth ride with gorgeous views, and it saved us a bunch of time from driving all the way around the sound. Isn’t the view above just lovely?! The clouds, the light, the sailboats, the shimmer on the water… this is a view I dream of.
We met my aunt, uncle and cousin for an early dinner, then headed to their home for an evening. They live a block, maybe, off of the water, so of course we headed down there, too. That’s where I grabbed the below shots:
The next day we made our way down to Oregon, so this will be the last post in this series of posts to highlight the trip to Washington. Check back in, though, as I have some great shots from all over Oregon!
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