Seriously, the vintage decor was killing me. So was this face.
We ordered a shake because Yelp told us to. Yelp, you were right- seriously amazing and big enough for two people to share.
There was fry sauce- be still my raised-in-Utah-and-I-never-get-this-anymore heart!
Do you see the guy on the right? They cook your patties before your eyes- I love that there was fresh meat and it was made-to-order.
The owner is about as nice as can be, telling us their history when we asked, and putting up with all the photo requests.
Because we do so much walking on these mini getaway celebrations, we’re becoming pros knowing what to pack to help us prepare for our expeditions. This includes: water bottles full of water, Tylenol for heat headaches or any aches and pains, sunscreen (have you seen how pale Jacob is, it’s a MUST!), Band-aids for the blisters that always seem to arise- even with broken in shoes, Neosporin for the really bad blisters/skin rubbed raw, hand lotion, snacks to fight off the hangry feelings, and mints just in case you feel the urge to find a discrete location and make out just to say you’ve done that in every state. Wait what? Who does that? (*Hides head in shame).
We also got to see the end of a half marathon race. Most runners were done, but we saw some of the tail end being cheered along. It was pretty cool that they finished in the park with statues dedicated to runners. I felt so drawn to this place, and so ready to grab my running shoes.
Not to mention the views were just stunning.
Seriously, I even wear the same colors as the plants. Washington keeps charming me to death. May there be more goals to celebrate soon, and may there be more Washington state in my future!