A rowing dinghy at the Center for Wooden Boats on Lake Union.
Rowing on Lake Union, in a dinghy from the Center for Wooden Boats.
This is the inside of the little shack where you go to rent a boat at the Center for Wooden Boats.
Cleanup time at Pike Place Market in Seattle.
Thomas Hawk has a nice collection of photos from his recent trip to Seattle, including a unique one of the back of this sign.
The boatshop at the Center for Wooden Boats.
Seattle opened a spectacular new public library in 2004.
It’s fun to hang out at the locks and watch the boats go through. Although it’s a little dangerous if you are prone to bouts of boat-envy.
Another view through the spiral sculpture at the Ballard locks.