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A Whirl Wind Tour of Seattle

My Aunt Beth and her son Christopher stopped by on March 30th on their way back to Kentucky for a whirl wind tour of Seattle. We really packed in a lot in the twelve and a half hours that they were in Seattle.

First we visited the Pike Place Market. Then we headed over to the Seattle Center and spent a few hours at the Experience Music Project (EMP). Next we saw Jane Goodall's Wild Chimpanzees IMAX movie at the Pacific Science Center followed by a visit to the observation desk of the Space Needle. Oh yea, we also ate lunch at an Irish Pub, dinner at a Thai restaurant, visited my home, and my work.

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Christopher (Bob) in front of the bronze pig at the Pike Place Market Aunt Beth in front of Pike Place Fish (A.K.A. Flying Fish). Since this was a Tuesday afternoon there weren't many fishing flying. Fruit roles, 3 for a dollar, what a bargain.
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Christopher (Bob) in front of the International Fountain. Aunt Beth and I.
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Christopher (Bob) and I in front of the EMP. Observation Deck (O-Deck) of the Space Needle. Observation Deck (O-Deck) of the Space Needle.
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Observation Deck (O-Deck) of the Space Needle. Aunt Beth and her son Christopher. Can you tell it was a little cold? Observation Deck (O-Deck) of the Space Needle.
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Observation Deck (O-Deck) of the Space Needle. Observation Deck (O-Deck) of the Space Needle. Observation Deck (O-Deck) of the Space Needle.

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The pictures in this gallery were taken with a Sony DCR-PC100 1-mega pixel camera. Email me if you would like a higher resolution version of any of these pictures.