Yesterday I got out and went to the University District Street Fair, a happening that happens once a year. I haven't spent much time in this area, but beginning to enjoy exploring the other boundaries of Seattle. This is the area north of the core area of Seattle, where the University of Washington lies.
Like any good college town this area is home to an eclectic array of restaurants, cafes and stores. The street fair was fun to walk around and a good variety of things to ogle at.
From fun silk-screened t-shirts to lovely smelling soaps, it felt good again to take part in this American culture.
Entertainers lined the street as well, along with food and bands playing.
The street fair was right next to the University of Washington campus, so I walked along there and relived what a big campus is like. It sort of felt like Berkeley with the spreading lawns and interesting large buildings.
As you can see the Suzzallo Library was quite fun to explore and also lovely to look at.
Where to next!?