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    Little Swift in Seattle

    I took a mini staycation (I hope I'm using this correctly) because my super amazing cousin is currently visiting from Ohio. We spent the weekend exploring Seattle! I didn't get photos of my Little Swift in a lot of places but I did snap a photo in the Black Sun at Volunteer Park on Capitol Hill. Overall it was a great weekend but I'm exhausted! I haven't lived in Seattle for too long so I may not have all of the super insider knowledge of amazing things to do in the city but I think we did pretty well.

    In less than five days we:
    Went to University Village
    Ate Trophy Cupcakes
    Ate Paseo Sandwiches
    Went to Kerry Park
    Went to Volunteer Park
    Went to the Observatory at Volunteer Park
    Took the Monorail to Seattle Center
    REI Flagship Store
    Ate at Thai Tom in university district
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    Hiked Marymere Falls/went to Lake Crescent
    Ediz Hook
    Golden Gardens Park
    Pacific Science Center
    Watched an Imax movie at pacific science center
    Ate Molly Moon's Ice Cream
    Went to gasworks park
    Saw the Fremont Troll
    Went up the Space Needle
    Pike Place Market
    First Starbucks
    Piroshky Piroshky
    Argosy Harbor Tour
    Seattle Aquarium
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    All that in one weekend?!

    I got tired just reading it... ;)

    Looking forward to pics, especially if it was this past weekend, since we had such nice weather.
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    You did some great stuff! My Synapse goes with me when I head into Seattle, but I don't think to take pictures ... looking forward to yours!

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    I figured, if they got to stop and take pictures of themselves in front of everything, I could take some pictures of my bag for the forum :).
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    Sounds like a great weekend, Katy!
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    Lovely pictures, Katy!
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    Everytime I see the swifts in Cork or Hemp, either big or small I fall in love all over again. They are seriously awesome bags! Katy, thanks for sharing :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dorayme View Post
    Everytime I see the swifts in Cork or Hemp, either big or small I fall in love all over again. They are seriously awesome bags! Katy, thanks for sharing :)
    I'm definitely a huge advocate for the Vulcana Hemp Little Swift. It seems to go with every outfit! It really is my favorite bag right now :).
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    i am loving these pictures, katy! very cool!
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    Very nice pictures Katy

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    My Little Swift is enjoying the vicarious sensation of traveling around Seattle and having its picture taken. (It sends greetings to its Vulcana Hemp brethren while it gallivants around Hawaii.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by moriond View Post
    My Little Swift is enjoying the vicarious sensation of traveling around Seattle and having its picture taken. (It sends greetings to its Vulcana Hemp brethren while it gallivants around Hawaii.)

    moriond
    With all the rain we have been having here, mine is extremely Jealous that your Little Swift gets to gallivant around Hawaii and be around delicious spam musubi.
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    I just found this picture that I took while Eliam and I had dinner at Red Mill in Seattle last year after a showroom opening.
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