It really was a lot of fun. I have been to other cities that have Duck Boat tours and now I wish I had gone on every single one of them. I wish our town had Duck Boats. I am not even kidding about this. We have a lake. We could do this.
|Our driver had a variety of hats and hairpieces that fit with the stories and music. Those life vests you see on the upper racks? Yup, we had a safety lesson. It is a boat, after all.|
|CenturyLink Field. Go Seahawks!|
|Building in Pioneer Place.|
|Seattle Art Museum, or SAM.|
|Hard Rock Cafe. Apparently, this is the only Hard Rock Cafe that has the |
guitar (that you can't quite see) installed upside down.
It's in remembrance of Kurt Cobain.
|Cool waterfall- it's double-sided and you can walk between the walls of water. Nice for a hot summer day. |
You don't get drenched, just pleasantly cooled.
|Speaking of cool...|
|Apparently, the second-most photographed sign in Seattle.|
|Looking at Lake Union from the Fremont Bridge.|
|Driving in to Lake Union.|
|The Space Needle from Lake Union- it's the side we don't see from Elliott Bay.|
|I want one of these.|
|The Fremont Bridge from Lake Union.|
|Recognize this floating house? |
A prize goes to the first person who comments and tells me why I took 10 pictures of it...
|Museum of History and Industry.|
|One of many cute houseboats on Lake Union.|
But what about the troll?
He's under the bridge.