Dek and I go out exploring around the city of Seattle a lot during the week. This usually means that Mike misses out on our adventures as he slaves away at the office. Every once in a while I am able to convince Mike to forget about the list of endless weekend chores we have to do and drag him to some of our favorite spots around the city. Kubota Garden is one of those spots.
Although it had been many months since our last visit Dek still remembered quite a bit about this Japanese inspired park. He took his daddy over the red bridges, through winding trails, across small creeks with step stone bridges and into hidden caves created by trees just starting to show off their spring leaves. We even hiked up to the top of a waterfall and ran back down.
It was incredible sharing this moment with my husband. I know he misses out on a lot. He sees the pictures; he hears our stories. This time he got to join in on our local fun. Dek got to show his dad hidden passages and explore new sections of the park with him. I got to show off my favorite spot in the city.