I woke up around 3 am, headed to Keith Lenart's (the headliner, and my frequent travel buddy) house, and his girlfriend drove us to the airport. We took two flights to Seattle, and even scored our own row on the Detroit-Chicago leg.
The first order of business upon landing was finding yummy vegan food. I had forgotten that Veggie Grill (my favorite chain of vegan restaurants) had restaurants in Seattle. So, we quickly found our way to one.
I had the mac and cheese and a Caesar salad, and Keith had the Beyond Meat burger (which, he thankfully, let me steal a piece of). Both were beyond good!
We then headed about an hour and a half north to Tulalip Casino for our show that night. Unfortunately, I forgot to take pictures at the show (despite it being a lot of fun!), but I did snap some pictures of the sushi we had that night (priorities, no?). 'Twas delish!
The next day, Keith and I decided to be tourists in downtown Seattle. I talked him into riding the Great Wheel, which, in retrospect likely was not worth the $14 admission price. Although, since there were barely any other riders, the operators gave us three extra spins around.
|Probably a bad time to remember I'm not a big fan of heights. Gulp.|
|View from the wheel.|
After getting off the Great Wheel, we found more spinny adventures. We decided to save our money on this one though.
We talked around Pike Place Market, where I bought a snickerdoodle cookie the size of my head.
|Quintessential tourist pic.|
|Words to live by.|
|A cool brewery we walked by.|
|Keith on stage.|
My time in Pendleton was quick, and before I knew it, I was driving back through the mountains to pick up Keith and fly home.
|A shot from the airport. Love your greenness, Seattle!|