Friday, January 18, 2008

Trip to Pike Place

It is sad that we only venture up to Seattle when we have family in town (about an hour drive for us). But we love to go! We first stopped at Ivar's for some yummy clam chowder and then up to Pike Place market to see the 'flying fish'. And my dad treated us to fresh crab and salmon for dinner....soooooo good! So come visit, so we can go again!







4 comments:

Jamey and Tara 6:19 PM  

Looks like fun! We've been down to Seattle a few times to shop but I never seem to get to eat good seafood down there (probably because Jamey hates it and refuses to take me)! :)
Maybe you can eat some good fish for me?!

Oni&Todd 3:57 PM  

I think Todd and I are do for a trip to Seattle. looks like fun!

Adrienne Urvina 6:35 AM  

Seattle is a fun day trip. It looks like you had fun. I tagged you check my blog for the questions!!!!

Stacey 4:32 PM  

Rochelle, your family is so precious. I can't believe your kids are so big already! Addy is so adorable and So is Carson! I'm just learning about this whole blog thing but I love yours!

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