Lovely Place to Pack a Lunch (Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle WA)


January 13, 2013 by admin

Okay, in a perfect world we might have been nibbling on something a bit different, but today it was the guys’ choice and Big M won.  I always dream about the day I can discuss art over cappuccinos with my kids-today we talked about waves while eating nuggets at the Olympic Sculpture Park.

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I can’t believe how empty this place is despite it having no admission fee.  They even have a great play/art area for kids and I love how they’ve put the it in a smaller confined area.  I just wish their coffee shop was open year round, or even if it could just pop up on sparkly days like today.


We savored the sunshine.


And didn’t waste a drop.

(PS this lovely place is one of my 5 fun and free list in my guest post for The world is a book-one of my favorite family travel blogs to read and this is my post for deliciousbaby‘s Photo Friday where there are lots of lovely travel pictures for you to think about if it’s not so sunny in your part of the world today.)


  1. I love how something wonderful like this for the kids is free in Seattle. The way the light comes in on the wave mural is awesome! Thanks again for the fantastic guest post and the shout out here. I can’t wait to check them out on our next visit.

  2. eckids says:

    Thank you Mary! That was fun and I do hope you get to check this place out:)

  3. Sonja Key says:

    Seems like so many travel bloggers live in Seattle – I’ve learned so much about the place!

    • eckids says:

      Us locals love this city, but on chilly foggy days like today, I think all of us are booking trips to warm places-hence the huge number of travel bloggers;)

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