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Totes Signature SuperDome Auto Open/Close Umbrella, Awning Stripe, One Size

$28.00


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The news article states: “One of the first and most far-reaching plans made by the club was for some type of market where country women might find sale for their farm products. This was started under striped wagon umbrellas on a vacant lot on Main Street.”

After freshening up at the hotel before dinner, we made our way over to . This was my favorite restaurant in Seattle, mainly because of the location and outdoor dining ambiance. I kept saying how I wish we had something like it in SF. Big adirondack chairs sat facing the water, topped with color striped umbrellas and the nautical vibe of the restaurant was perfect for the setting. Not to mention, the food was fantastic. We started with oysters (well, Thomas did!) and both ordered the halibut for dinner, followed by an assortment of their desserts. It was amazing! If you’re planning a trip to Seattle, definitely add this one to your list.

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Model 7BS
Brand Bayside21
Manufacturer Bayside21

Buy New: $29.99
as of 2016-08-12 04:34:30
Ideal for personal & commercial purposes. Beach / Pool Side / Backyard / Cafe / Vendor / Outdoor Activities. Good UV Protection Claim your spot at the beach with the Bayside21 6.6 ft. Blue Stripe Beach Umbrella. An aluminum pole with a sand screw tip supports 8 metal ribs and a striped polyester canopy in shades of blue. The included matching carrying bag makes packing up easy. Tilting beach umbrella with polyester fabric. 1-inch-wide aluminum pole with 8 ribs. Sand screw tip. Striped pattern in shades of blue. Store in a dry place when not in use. Includes a matching carrying bag. Provides over 6 feet of shade. Weighs 7 lbs.. Dimensions: 78 diam. x 84H in.

Striped Outdoor Umbrella & market place

The news article states: “One of the first and most far-reaching plans made by the club was for some type of market where country women might find sale for their farm products. This was started under striped wagon umbrellas on a vacant lot on Main Street.”

When in actual fact this photo was taken in an open aired restaurant on Cockatoo Island during the Biennale 2014. It was May, the day before mothers' day and the sun shone. The restaurant had all these glorious blue and white striped umbrellas and little picket fences, with deck chairs at the tables, which reminded my sister of Gilligans Island. The food was Italian and scrumptious.