|Big Waterfront Weekend|Check out this awesome photo from Pacific Northwest and Beyond. The viaduct is gone! Two big events happening this weekend, rain or shine:-) First, thousands of Seattle area students will participate in 2019 School Days and Salmon Homecoming Celebration. Second, YOU are invited to a very special concert and cultural celebration on Saturday (9/12) with SEAchanger featuring Best Coast & The Courtneys! Details at: www.kexp.org/seachanger/Thank you Friends of Waterfront Seattle and KEXP... See MoreSee Less
Thanks! But I have to comment here and say that my cover photo here is a stock photo and not one of my own. Wish it was! I have mixed feelings about the viaduct being gone. My dad worked in what’s now “Sodo” and I remember frequent trips along it. But it was ready to come down and I’m looking forward to Seattle hopefully having a prettier waterfront area.
Seattle waterfront -- Sep 8, 2019
|Come see yourself!|This photo of the viaduct along Seattle waterfront was shot in 1953. If you have not been here recently, then now is time for a visit. This part of the viaduct is gone and the views are stunning. Businesses are open, seagulls are flying and there is no more traffic noise from the viaduct. You have to see and hear it to believe it:-) Street parking is free on Sundays. ... See MoreSee Less
|Let the summer fun continue|Happy Labor Day! Copperworks Distilling & Tasting Room, Ye Olde Curiosity Shop, Seattle Great Wheel, Seattle Aquarium, Let's Go Sailing, The Seattle Shop at 56 and most Seattle waterfront businesses are open. It looks like summer plans to stick around. Come smell the sea, enjoy the sun, and watch the people. You can still catch pockets viaduct demolition. Looking for waterfront patios, clam chowder, oysters, burgers, fish tacos, boat tour? You will find it here. Street parking is free Sundays and holidays. ... See MoreSee Less