Seattle THEN and NOW

Paul Dorpat reminds us of the many ways people have explored Seattle over the last 100 years with his recent article published this past weekend in the Pacific Northwest section of the Seattle Times!

THEN: By 1907, it was possible to bump about Seattle on spring seats visiting its favored attractions for a fee.

NOW: Just beginning to dip its skirt into Lake Union, a captain-driver takes his decorated Duck and passengers for a little swim along the north shore of the lake.

Photos courtesy of Lawton Gowey and Jean Sherrard. Please visit for the whole story!

OR, if you’d like to explore Seattle for yourself, click here to buy tickets to Ride the Ducks of Seattle!

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