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Hello, my name is Terry. I'm glad you found this site. I create and conduct all See Seattle Walks, Hunts and Scrambles and maintain this website.

My introduction to Seattle was as a university student from Ohio visiting the 1962 Seattle World's Fair. The theme of the Fair was "The Future." It was said that the Space Needle pointed the way to the future. The Monorail was ahead of its time. The Bubbleator (a large, bubble-shaped hydraulic elevator with transparent acrylic glass walls) transitioned Fair goers from the present to the "World of Tomorrow" exhibit. The latest and future technology, fashion and trends were on display and the world had come to Seattle to be part of it!

It was an exciting time. I heard that JFK, Elvis and John Glenn had been there so I figured I had to go too. In addition to the Fair I "discovered" Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square and riding on Washington State ferries. What a memorable and fun adventure it was! Some years later my career in computer tech brought me back to the Seattle area. Then, as a hobby, I started doing walking tours and scavenger hunts in my spare time. By 1993 my hobby inspired me to establish See Seattle.  
"I hope to see you on a
See Seattle adventure in the Emerald City soon!"

Your ClueMaster
and Tour Guide,
Terry D. Seidler


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Do you have the right stuff to call yourself a Seattleite?

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Corporate Crossword

Seattle's Ruling Class!

Corporate Crossword

Seattle has many players beyond
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Seattle Firsts

The Happy Face first appeared in Seattle!

Seattle is Numero One!!

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Seattle Odyssey

Seattle has many weird landmarks!

Freemont Troll

Be ready for a very
strange adventure.
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Seattle Tattle

No excuses for not
writing now!
You can wax eloquent
and send terrific
colorific pix of the
Emerald City. 

Seattle's Worlds Fair 1962

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Why Walk?

See Seattle sez:
"Walking Is
Good For You!"

Just walkin' in the rain!

Ten Compelling
Reasons to Walk!
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Weather Is Seattle really the Rain Capitol Of The World? Tulips in the Rain! Check out the weather in the NorthwestTop of Page
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Vanishing Seattle
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