For Mother's Day this year, my two oldest daughters gave me a vacation. I think that is possibly one of the nicest gifts I have ever received. The vacation took place a couple of weeks ago when I flew to Seattle, Washington, to meet them for three days of fun. We stayed right downtown where we would be within walking distance of many venues. After we ate lunch at Ivar's (a very famous fish and chips spot) on the water, we of course hiked over to Pike's Place Market. A trip to Seattle just isn't complete without a stop here.
There are so many vendors, but what really caught my eye, were all of the flower stalls. Pretty much as far as you could see there were fresh flowers for sale. They were being sold in bulk or in pre-made bouquets at amazingly reasonable prices:
Nearly every direction that you looked ladies were carrying around bouquets that they had purchased.
Many more vendors fill the market such as the famous fish mongers, lots of fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh meat, jewelery, t-shirts, etc; but in my mind, the flowers stole the show.