A Walk Downtown

Last Friday I had a few hours by myself downtown with my camera. The weather was sunny with a few puffy clouds but cold.

 

The walk from the Pyramid Alehouse Restaurant across from Safeco Field to Harbor Steps across from the Art Museum was 2 miles round trip. I got a good dose of vitamin D. Later in the evening at the Sounders Soccer game at Qwest field the weather turned to rain. I’ll show the rest of my photos from my downtown Seattle walk during this coming week.

Hope your Sunday is going well. We are enjoying the aroma of Baby Back ribs that have been smoked for several hours and are now in the oven continuing to cook smothered in barbecue sauce. I’M HUNGRY. We’ll eat when Josh and Laura stop by shortly.

I’m linking to Mosaic Monday hosted by Mary at Little Red House.

Photobucket replaced all my photos with ugly black and grey boxes and they are holding my photos hostage until I pay them lots of money. Iโ€™m slowly going through all my posts and trying to clean them up and replacing some photos. Such a bother.

29 thoughts on “A Walk Downtown

  1. It looks like you’ve been enjoying more sunshine than we have lately! I smiled when I saw the Duck….it brings back good memories of a rather rowdy Seattle tour one summer’s day.

    I think I can smell those smoked ribs….all the way down here.

  2. Just returned from being away for the weekend, no dinner and your ribs sound so yummy!! Great shots from your walk. Now I am off to eat, take care.

  3. Oh your sunny blue sky is so beautiful, Ellen! And my mouth is watering thinking of those ribs. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for bringing us along on your walk. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Beatiful city shots, I can’t believe blue skies, green, and blossoms. . .It’s killin me!
    We had another snow storm today, I’m so over winter!
    I love your header too!
    Thanks for stopping by,
    Sue

  5. I have always wanted to visit Seattle. It seems whenever I take a flight of at least 6 hours the plane is heading to Europe. Visiting the west coast is definitely on my bucket list. I want to visit the place where they throw the fish and I also want to sample some of Seattle’s finest coffees.

    Your photos are lovely!

  6. I can smell the ribs from here. I love Seattle. I have never been to Fisherman’s Wharf…One of these days…a nice day or two for a ladies outing.

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