Waking up to the cold brisk air of Washington was something unfamiliar. The air was so crisp and I woke up freezing my ass of because I didn’t know there were extra blankets under my bed. Besides the near hypothermia incident, today was going to be a day filled with exploring the city and stopping by some local shops.
Felt good to walk outside to a natural setting with trees giving us that fresh air.
Thank you to Rick Wilkerson for cooking us some bomb french toast croissants! A look inside the Wilkerson’s residence.
Yoshi met us up early to go get some coffee at Garage Autohero.
Posted outside of the Wilkerson’s home was pretty surreal. We always saw photos of Abbitt’s Subarus posted up in front of this wooden home, but never really thought we would ever be here. Life’s a trip.
Having trees that surround your house is pretty awesome.
On the way to Garage Autohero.
Garage Auto Hero had so many projects going on, it must be difficult to keep track of it all.
So many cool things going on in this shop.
Ray makes the best coffee in the area.
Baeton enjoying his coffee. Thanks Ray!
What the Milpitas boys have been wanting to do the whole trip was to visit a recreational clinic, so we stopped by the local Kush Mart. I didn’t bring my camera in because I wasn’t sure what the rules were, but it was like going into buy some alcohol or candy.
Met up with the locals at Skillet for some breakfast. They’re known for their grilled cheese with bacon jam and chicken. The poutine fries here are bomb as well.
Artery clogger for sure, but worth it!
Abbitt trying to live in Vinh’s moment.
Jonny brought out his sick TC! I want his wheels for my brother’s Legacy.
Next door to Skillet was an ice cream shop called Parfait.
Decent ice cream, super slow service because there was only one worker and the people in front of me wanted to try each flavor twice.
Vickie handing us some goodies. Thanks Justin and Vickie!
Some rollers on the way to our next stop, Molly Moons!
Love the city vibes in Seattle.
It’s awesome that the streets in the city are safe for slammed cars.
We had a big crowd joining us today.
Mike and Clinton really enjoying paying for parking.
Not what I expected from the best ice cream Seattle had to offer. Tried to give it to a homeless person and they didn’t even want it.
Everyone enjoying their basic ice cream. Just kidding… haha or am I?
Potatoes with glasses.
Jonny with dem portrait shots.
The next stop was the Starbucks Reserve. Super hipster Starbucks.
Coffee shop game on point.
Live in the moment Abbitt.
Tea game on point too.
Borrowed this sweet tray from the Starbucks Reserve for rolling up blunts.
Deciding on the next destination.
It’s a cup from the Starbucks Reserve hanging on a tree while barely holding on to it’s own identity.
Couldn’t get enough of Henderson’s M3.
Taylor’s Mazda is fun to look at it as well. Got a lot of cool photos of this car because of the paint.
Welp, the Space Needle was cool. Time for the next spot..
The locals took us to this spot for a spectacular view of the city, see for yourself.
Obligatory visit to Dick’s before we ended the night. Part three coming soon…