DOORS and Seattle Fun We love supporting Seattle Theatre Group AND visiting family. May put all those good things together. This year’s Seattle Theatre Group DOORS fundraiser was Princess! a great female cover band for Prince tunes. Rubbing elbows at Seattle DOORS with comedienne Maya Rudolph and jazz singer Gretchen Lieberum. I actually talked Mike into wearing a purple shirt! The Mighty Wurlitzer was installed when movies (not talkies) were the rage, and Charlie Chaplin was Hollywood’s brightest star. It’s one of only 3 in the US left in its original location. Our nephews Ryan and Ethan – boys will be boys! Championship Wrestling with Uncle Mike! Ryan and mom Jessica showing off their gardening. FroYo in the ‘hood! At White Cap in Burien. Birthday Girl on the Seattle waterfront. Birthday sweet peas and deep thoughts. Since our birthdays were so close, Terry Jones and Kathy Shelby shared in the cake and tiaras 🙂 Lunch with Mom at Bair’s Drug in Steilacoom, WA. They still have their original soda fountain from 1908! Kayaking on Lake Union. Yes, that is the Space Needle sprouting from Mike’s head. Watching demolition of the Seattle Viaduct, which has been replaced by a huge four lane underground tunnel, dug by the largest boring machine in the world. As the window says, “Goodbye Viaduct”. Behind the crane is another sign that says, “Hello View”! Sue2019-08-01T07:32:09-07:00May 24th, 2019|Washington|0 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterGoogle+TumblrPinterestEmail Related Posts Leave A Comment Cancel reply Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.