|Over 2 million containers a year pass through the
Port of Seattle, whose cranes are mounted Harbor
Island, a 400 acre man-made island at the mouth
of the Duwamish Waterway.
|Enjoying our Elliot Bay cruise. See the small
pointed building just behind the ferris wheel?
Smith Tower, 34 stories tall, used to be the tallest
skyscraper on the west coast until the Space
Needle was built for the world’s fair in 1962.
|Gum Wall at the Pike Place Market. Seattle, you
are so adorable to gently pressure wash it this year
so that the colors look pretty. It’s still the 2nd
germiest attraction in the world, right behind the