The Erotic Bakery Seattle

This photo was taken out of the car window when we were in Seattle last year for Gnomedex. Yes I know there is this thing called GPS but we can’t really afford a decent unit at the moment. So at least once a year in Seattle we end up driving around trying to find what I’m looking for. The positive side of this is that I normally come across other places I have heard of but that aren’t on my list to go explore. If I remember correctly The Erotic Bakery in Seattle had previously been featured on some travel show I had watched.

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HistoryLink Essay Phillip Ritz purchases site of Wallingford business district (Seattle) for settlement on June 3, 1869.