After the wedding, we all piled into our bus to begin searching for dinner. We drove by a variety of options: Country Cousin, Burger King, Thai, etc. and the debate began. When we passed by a sushi place, the debate became spicy. After our Country Cousin visit the night before, a few of us wanted to return, but some of us felt a more exotic. The exotic crowd won the day and we were in for a new experience! Peter was our guide as we set off on the adventure of a lifetime. The first time we ate raw fish was to change our thinking forever. :-P
Peter found himself in the hot seat that night! :-)
What to choose?
The art of sushi~
Seattle was our next stop. Picture a basement full of rare acoustic instruments, the musty odor of oiled wood, hammered dulcimer players in jeans and brightly colored knit hats, little rooms filled with instruments from around the world, and the opportunity to play anything you want? Welcome to Dusty Strings, located in Seattle, WA. What an awesome store!
We saw this beautiful lab on our way to Dusty Strings. Being a labrador lover, I couldn't help but snap a photo. :-)
Dusty Strings is the only music store I've been to that sells hammered dulcimers!
Answering calls for Dr. Patrick Smith . . .
-On the road again-
Next stop: Museum of Flight in Seattle- cool!