Saturday, November 13, 2021

Every Place in Seattle

The fun Kirkland Urban near our apartment was having a little event.

A new Bartell Drugs opened up within walking range. Pretty banal but I love a party even if it's a drug store grand opening.

We checked out a Christmas market thing at the Latvian Community Center.

It turns out I like almond tarts. I'm very European.

Zylberschtein's Delicatessen & Bakery is exciting because I developed a taste for the occasional Jewish style deli food in St. Louis and there doesn't seem to be as much of it in the Seattle area. Or maybe I just don't know where to look yet. I'd like to see the face of a girl who meets a nice guy then learns his last name is Zylberschtein.

Lydia got a bagel and lox with wild Alaskan lox, cream cheese, red onion, capers, cucumber and tomato,

I believe this was a pastrami sandwich. To be honest I don't think I could tell you the difference between corned beef and pastrami.

After that delicious lox I was very tempted to buy this copy of Salmonopoly from a U District thrift shop.

We strolled around University of Washington's campus a bit.

The youth were out being youthful.

Lydia was so inspired to party that we visited the Burke-Gilman Brewing Company.

There are many good dogs in the area.

When we're in the car and Lydia makes this face it can mean only one thing: she wants to hit the casino on the way home.

Sometimes I wonder if I'm the most fun person alive.

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