In March I took a trip to Seattle for the first time. This was also the first time in a while that I went on a trip alone. Here’s how it went:
I got to Seattle at night, so the next day I got up early and walked to the Columbia Center. I also happened to walk 69 steps up the Columbia Center to raise awareness and funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society…that’s actually why I was in Seattle.
This was my view from the top!
Here I am with team captain and youtuber, Monica Church. She’s the reason I found out about The Big Climb. Monica did the climb last year and made vlogs of her training. She is really talented and her videos can really relate to you if you are a fellow millenial.
(She also has a main channel)
My hostel was by the Pike Place Market, so I walked by it a couple of times.
I met some awesome people through the climb who are from all over the USA.
We ate at Joey Kitchen…yes, it was delicious!
Saw this lovely guitar piece of art at the Pop Culture Museum!
Managed to get a picture of the Space Needle along with some other buildings.
This was my view from where I took that picture of the Space Needle. It is also where I had a peaceful setting to write this blog post.
Seattle was great and I’m glad I got to visit there at last. The climb was an amazing experience that I will talk about for a long time. It makes me feel good that I did something nice for a GREAT cause. I will definitely be back at it again next year.
Suzy [fragile, yet fearless]