Across the Fremont Bridge, and into "The Center of the Universe", as Fremontians like to call their village within a city.
I loved the colors at this "antique" vendor.
The Raw Corn street musicians were entertaining.
At this stall you can buy regular chocolate or hemp inspired flavors.
I studied these old valentines a long time, but finally resisted.
I did not resist these charming little vases made from old silverware. I now own one.
And I couldn't pass up this $10 glass bobble, especially since it matched my shirt.
This treasure might only be meaningful to folks who have grown up in Seattle or the region. Tom is holding a homemade toy hydroplane, a Miss Budweiser, made in 1967, according to the inscription on the back. It belonged to a Thomas Eugene Baker, and it definitely has been pulled behind a bicycle, as these toys usually were.
I joined those "Waiting For the Interurban", in a famous local art work.
Tom posed with his treasure at a photo op.
And I posed with a famous Seattle TV star, JP Patches, and his side kick, Gertrude.
We walked down to Lake Union under the Aurora bridge.
House boats and sail boats line the edge of the lake.
As we walked back to the bridge, it was opening to allow a sail boat to pass under.
And then we headed back down the trail to the car.
I love the red berries on this cotoneaster.