Interesting Morning

Seriously?!? There are no locks in the women’s restroom stalls at Pike Place Market. At least the one that I went to.

You can’t really look to see the person’s feet if someone is there. The door is low so trying not to creepy, very carefully you can do a quick glance, which I did!

Once in, you need to use your foot or then forward to hold the door shut. Someone tried to push in and I called out “I’m in here and the doors have no locks”. She was laughing and was wondering why she was having a hard time getting in. LOL

I know better not to use this restroom and go to Target, which is close by.



We are staying in downtown Seattle. Very nice accommodations. Everything is up to date and cozy.

Kitchen with an island. An area to eat. Good size bed. Big walk in closet. There is a sitting area outside with a table and chairs. But you share the space with the neighbors beside you. Long bush trees are used as separation between us and neighbors.

Luscher Farm

There are two dog parks and a trail nearby the farm. Lots of parking available.

This was my “go to” place to walk with my dog. Beautiful scenery along the trail. You can own a plot to grow your own crop. They give cooking classes and nature classes for kids. Across from the farm are other farms as well.

I currently live in Tigard, OR. I’ll need to find a nearby trail for my dog and I. 😊

George Rogers Park

We’ve been in Oregon now for 3 months (arrived in January 2017) and FINALLY I went to George Rogers Park.

I decided to take my dog, Melbourne aka “Mel” for a walk. The last time he was in a car was when we drove from California to Oregon and it was that big snow experience. He had no clue as to where we were going.

I drive in and parked where the entrance was and didn’t know that there was more parking further down near the lake. Now I know better. =]

We started walking and I remember to bring a bunch of bags, just in case I need to pick up after Mel. The lake was BEAUTIFUL. I heard ducks, there were runners, walkers and cyclists. Lots of trails and walk bridges. There are places to sit, there is a public restrooms and places to have picnics.

Whenever the weather isn’t overcast or raining, this will be a “mommy” and “doggie” thing.