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Asian Art Museum

After I picked the kids up from school today, I took them to the Asian Art Museum in Seattle.  They get out of school early on Wednesdays, so my new plan is to use this day for special outings.  This was our first visit, and we loved it.  No photography was allowed in the museum, but again, there was plenty to enjoy outside as well.  Below, Trent and some other children use a slide as a ramp for their toy carsThis conservatory in the park was an added bonus, somthing we just stumbled upon.  Again, no photography allowed. :(  But here's a view from the outside.  This water tower/observation deck was another sweet surprise.  We didn't think we'd be allowed to actually go inside, but we were!  Then we climbed, and climbed, and climbed....all the way to the top.Where we were rewarded with this view of the city.  I plan on coming back on a sunny day to catch another peek. 

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Reader Comments (5)

great blog Dawn! and thanks for stopping by mine!

January 27, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterdonna good

That tower is pretty amazing!

January 27, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSteph

I think Wednesday after-school outings sound like a great idea. The view of the city from the tower looks like it is certainly worth the climb!

January 28, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterChristiane

LOVE the picture of Grace descending the water tower. Wednesdays sound like they will be happy days in your family. :)

I love the photo of the the water tower's interior. When my daughter use to go school each Wednesday was a half a day, and we loved it too.

January 28, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMariposa

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