Yesterday morning I left the house at 0730 to take public transport to a seminar in the South Lake Union area. I arrived a bit early, so had time to check out Serious Pie and Biscuit and to sketch the pizza oven. It’s one of the several restaurants by one of Seattle’s famous chefs, Tom Douglas.
The colored balls set on the stones of the oven are Christmas tree ornaments.
After the meeting, I moved on to MOHAI to meet our visiting San Fran Sketcher, Laurie. Three others joined us: Frank C., Helen and Vivian.
I’ve been there many times before but still strolled the exhibits as many had changed. This I resembled, at one time. I even had a vest almost exactly like this one!
They had only one Victorian dress on display. I know they have many more as, with Fort Nisqually volunteers, I was able to visit their archive in Georgetown and see many more of the clothes they have. Visitors to MOHAI will see only about 2% of the museum’s total collection at any given time.
There was just a touch of Christmas, this wreath on the Seattle Fireboat, Duwamish.
More photos here https://redharp.smugmug.com/MKB/2015-1201-MOHAI/