My boy has a decidedly mischievous streak. I admire that in him. He found the wire back here and had a lovely time startling unsuspecting tourists. They'd come up close, that fake fish would flap and they'd start shrieking. Lou found that hilarious. I have to say that I did too.
There's all sorts in Pike Place: food stalls, souvenir shops, weird exhibits. The kids didn't want to pass by the opportunity of seeing the shoe worn by Roberts Wadlow Pershing, the World's Tallest Man, ever. He was killed by a blister on his ankle at the age of 22. And there's a thing. None of us really know what is around the corner for us, good or bad.
Our walk ended at Seattle Center and the Space Needle. Yay! The most iconic of Seattle's landmarks that we kept ending up at. We never made it to the top as it's an expensive old trip and would probably have turned out to be a short stay.