Ali's Adventures

January 11, 2012

As seen in Seattle

Filed under: Adventure,Kids,Move,Uncategorized — by Alison @ 3:44 pm

It’s been a bit hectic around here and I have neglected my blog. I’m hoping things settle down soon and I’ll get back to blogging. A lot has happened and I’ll write more about Christmas, the move, getting E settled in school and my adventures in unpacking later. But until then I thought I’d share some pictures from our first couple days in the Pacific Northwest.

Flowers to plant. In January!!

An espresso hut at the gas station near the highway exit. Still haven't seen a chip truck

There are penguins at the zoo down the road. We'll visit often.

And chickens on the way to school. This may also be Dave Matthews house, but I can't yet confirm.

And of course, Seattle's Moving Super-Heroes.

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5 Comments »

  1. Penguins!! Cool!! Hope everyone is settling in well.

    Did I mention I’m jealous of your penguins? We need to take S to see them at the Biodome.

    Comment by Sasha — January 11, 2012 @ 4:07 pm |Reply

  2. So fun!! Planting flowers in January sounds awesome! ( I’m also secretly hoping you’ll run into Patrick Dempsey and post pictures or him, ahhh McDreamy! 😉 I’ve been watching too much Grey’s.

    Comment by Vicky — January 11, 2012 @ 4:30 pm |Reply

  3. Who needs a chip truck when you have an espresso hut. 🙂

    Comment by Capital Mom — January 11, 2012 @ 5:54 pm |Reply

  4. Best super heroes!! I’m confused shut the chickens.

    Comment by Lara — January 11, 2012 @ 7:26 pm |Reply

  5. Shut = about
    Wasserstein

    Comment by Lara — January 11, 2012 @ 7:26 pm |Reply


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