Things to Do in Seattle: Visit Georgetown!

Image courtesy of Greg Stonebraker

Readers here may recall a couple mentions of the Tap into Georgetown: Beer, Art and History on the Banks of the Duwamish tour that took place earlier this month. We had a great time exploring the neighborhood that was once called the “cesspool of Seattle” but is now a vibrant community of residents, artists and revelers. What follows is a series of photographs documenting our sunny day in Georgetown, taken by the amazing Greg Stonebraker. And don’t forget to check out Elissa‘s blog for her recap of what we discussed during our visit.

Image courtesy of Greg Stonebraker

Image courtesy of Greg Stonebraker

Image courtesy of Greg Stonebraker

Image courtesy of Greg Stonebraker

Image courtesy of Greg Stonebraker

Image courtesy of Greg Stonebraker

Image courtesy of Greg Stonebraker

Image courtesy of Greg Stonebraker

Image courtesy of Greg Stonebraker

Image courtesy of Greg Stonebraker

Thank you to all who participated and to everyone who came out to play in Georgetown with us! Until next time…!

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