Monday, April 11, 2011

Weekend Recap: One Top Pot Doughnut per Person is Plenty

Hope everyone had a great weekend! We started the weekend out on Saturday with a 10-mile urban hike to the Sculpture Park, along the waterfront, through a couple furniture stores downtown, back through Pike Place, and back home via Seattle Center. Of course we stopped along the way for fish taco sustenance at Anthony's. My new mantra—if it's not raining, go outside! We didn't let a few clouds stop us from having a fabulous day enjoying the city.
Olympic Sculpture Park
Two of the fishing boats from Deadliest Catch were at the waterfront!
Yum! One of my favorite meals in Seattle: The Mahi-Mahi fish taco at Anthony's.
People watching at the International Fountain at Seattle Center. Can't wait to do this on a sunny day.
On Sunday, again, we didn't let a few clouds get us down. We started the day sampling Top Pot Doughnuts for the first time. Seriously people, these doughnuts are worth the hype. But they are filling! Beckoning and glistening in the case, it's hard not to overdo it, but one is plenty. After all that sugar, we took a spin on foot around Greenlake and almost made it once around before it started to rain. On the way home we walked through the Fremont Sunday Market. Can't wait to enjoy all these activities in the sunshine!
Top Pot Doughnuts: Worth the Hype
Pink Rainbow Sprinkles: The Husband's Doughnut of Choice.
Field of Daisies at Greenlake.
Greenlake was hopping, even in a small hurricane. Can't imagine what it will be like in the sun!
Quirky Fremont Sunday Market. The antique area definitely smelled like my grandmother's house. Before she quit smoking.

Weekly Workout Recap
Monday: Rest
Tuesday: 3.5 miles run
Wednesday: Rest
Thursday: 20 minutes yoga + 3.5 miles run
Friday: 20 minutes yoga + 3.5 miles run
Saturday: 10-mile urban hike
Sunday: One walking lap around Greenlake, 2.8 miles