Red Bryant celebrates. Who knew he had such a great high-kick?!
Preparing to shoot the final game of the 1983 regular season. The Seahawks faced the New England Patriots on December 18th in Seattle’s Kingdome, winning 24-6 and advance into the playoffs.
The first leg of the Sounders FC vs Real Salt Lake Western Conference Semifinal ended in a scoreless draw at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. On to Utah.
They have roared down the back stretch ever since the 1950’s, circling the north turn before heading for the tip of Seward Park on the SeaFair course on Lake Washington in Seattle, Washington. Hydroplane races have long been the highlite of the summer celebration.
Cal Ripkin, Jr. acknowledges Safeco Field Fans after hitting a solo homerun in the 2001 Major League Baseball All-Star game in Seattle.
The 520/Evergreen Point Floating bridge that connects Seattle and Bellevueis the worldest longest floating bridge at 7,578 feet. It was opened August 28, 1963. The span, renamed in 1988 for former Washington Governor Albert D. Rosellini, would serve the transportation needs of the Lake Washington community for 50 years before a scheduled replacement program and a two-year construction project that will have the new bridge in place in 2014.
Seattle Sea Gal Karen Godwin did miss the I-90 freeway to float gently back to the Issaquah airport in 1982. She and two other Sea Gals, Torii Bosler and Robin Houlbjerg checked an item off their bucket list by parachuting back to earth early that spring.
Legendary Seattle radio personality, Wayne Cody, waves to local fans at the end of his final broadcast for KIRO Newsradio 710 on March 29, 1996. The remote broadcast was on the south shore of Lake Union. Wayne’s broadcasts began in the middle 1970’s with the Seattle Sounders of the NASL.
The sun does set in fine dramatic fashion during the Seattle summers. Those of us who call Seattle home proclaim our summer evenings tops on the list of things to enjoy in the Pacific Northwest.
Wrestlemania XIX came to Seattle, Washington in 2003. The American Diabeties Association became the beneficiary from Wrestlemania stars like Rey Mysterio who posed with fans. The photography helped raise over $33,000 for the ADA as over 3,000 photos were purchased by fans during the two day event. Mysterio lost the Cruiserweight Championship to Matt Hardy.