Black Sun Sculpture in Volunteer Park

Black Sun Sculpture in Volunteer Park

Seattle is one of the most picturesque cities in the world. Whether it’s the mountains, water, Space Needle, or the city’s numerous sculptures, it’s easy to find a subject for a photo. While there are several places that offer the ‘best of...
Bruce Lee Grave Site in Seattle

Bruce Lee Grave Site in Seattle

Bruce Lee has arguably done more for martial arts than any other person in the world. He was (and still is) a cult icon for his movies like Enter the Dragon and Fist of Fury, and he even started his own martial art system called Jeet Kune Do. Lee was born in San...
Volunteer Park Water Tower | Free View of Seattle

Volunteer Park Water Tower | Free View of Seattle

Volunteer Park is loaded with fun activities and incredible history, but nothing is a bigger draw to me than the Volunteer Park Water Tower. More than 100-years-old, the Volunteer Park Water Tower provides a little bit of exercise and a fun view of Seattle that you...
Garage | Bowling and Billiards on Capitol Hill

Garage | Bowling and Billiards on Capitol Hill

Hip. Swank. Clean. Those are the last three words I’d ever expect to use to describe a bowling alley and billiards parlor. While the game is the same at Garage, the experience is unlike any other in Seattle.  As the premier bowling alley and billiards parlor in...
GAR Cemetery | Civil War History on Capitol Hill

GAR Cemetery | Civil War History on Capitol Hill

The Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery (better known as the GAR Cemetery) on Capitol Hill was established for veterans who fought in the deadliest war in American history — the Civil War. While I know it is a little strange to write a post about a cemetery,...