Space Needle and Olympic Sculpture Park.
Hello, sea lion.
Someone mentions that this is the rowboat that made the first unassisted trip from mainland U.S. to mainland U.K. and won a transatlantic rowboat race last year. I assume these are a couple of the four guys who made the trip, but who knows.
Gas Works Park on Lake Union.
I've never seen a Ride the Ducks in the water before.
A cool modern houseboat.
A less fancy houseboat.
A pretty nice little garden for someone who literally has no land.
Our destination is the cute green house at right, not the faux Italian monstrosity at left. What do they do in that circle of columns, sacrifice virgins?
The houses in Laurelhurst have cute and tidy entrances.
I suspect that no one in the neighborhood has a car on blocks in their yard.
I think this used to be an entrance to a house that was later annexed onto the house next door.
This yard, with the beautifully lush planting strip, has more character than the rest.
This one's more typical.
OK, there you go. I've photoblogged just about every residential neighborhood in Seattle except mid Beacon Hill.