Personal: Seattle Trip Recap

Seattle trip by Sarah Bradshaw

Buck had a work trip to Seattle last month, and I got to come along. I spent most days working from our hotel, but we ventured out together every evening, and we spent all of Friday exploring the area. We spent time in Pike’s Place Market, hiked to a lighthouse, wandered around Pike’s Place again, and found a great dinner spot. We drank coffee— lots of coffee, and made a point to order 8-oz cups at each stop, to fit in as many different shops as possible. We made it to five in one day, which is impressive, I think. We did breakfast and lunch in the Pike’s Place area, taking advantage of the gluten-free shops as much as possible. Seattle and my stomach get along so well. We found a fantastic restaurant in the Capitol Hill area for dinner, and… it may have been the best meal of our lives.

Overall, we loved Seattle. Within our first hour of landing, we both said, “Okay, that’s it. Let’s move here.” Maybe someday…

This trip was such a gift. I love how many sweet memories and fun adventures we’ve had together so far. I absolutely looooove doing life with this man— whether that’s hiking a mountain in Seattle, swimming in a Caribbean ocean, or doing laundry together in our bedroom. Thankful for it all.

xoxo,

Sarah Bradshaw

Seattle trip by Sarah BradshawOkay, so maybe I was bored one morning in the hotel room. The light in our hotel room was sooooo pretty I had to take a picture of something!Seattle trip by Sarah BradshawSeattle trip by Sarah BradshawSeattle trip by Sarah Bradshaw
Seattle trip by Sarah BradshawBuck gets very excited over breakfast baked-goods. The entire case of gluten-free goodness gave me the same reaction.Seattle trip by Sarah BradshawSeattle trip by Sarah BradshawSeattle trip by Sarah BradshawSeattle trip by Sarah BradshawSeattle trip by Sarah BradshawSeattle trip by Sarah Bradshaw
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  • Grace M. - You did a gorgeous job of capturing the beauty of Seattle in a frame. Now I can’t WAIT to get back to Seattle… luckily I only have four weeks until my next trip 😉 You and Buck look so happy in these photos… I’m sure the coffee and GF baked goods didn’t hurt!ReplyCancel

  • Naomi - Love it! We have attempted to visit as many coffee shops as humanly possible in one day, too! It’s the best kind of tourism. 😉ReplyCancel

  • Kathryn Grace - Lovely! You’re a wonderful travel photographer.ReplyCancel

  • Katherine Murray - It looks like you guys had a great time. Seattle is such a fun place to explore. I am thankful you have such a wonderful man to share your adventures with, it’s a true blessing!ReplyCancel

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