Anyone have any pix from when this was the gob shoppe??? Seattle’s original (an…

Anyone have any pix from when this was the gob shoppe???
Seattle’s original (and BEST of all time) head shop ♡
Such a great building too




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  1. That’s right! I had forgotten that!

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  2. First pot shop I ever went in. I was about 14 yrs old.

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  3. I wish I had pictures I remember the building all the crazy colors stickers and graffiti

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  4. What was the head shop on Brooklyn at 50th?

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  5. when was the last time someone said head shop. yea baby Dr. feelgood , The Gob shop

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  6. What was the name of the guy who owned it? Long hair and a beard. Used to let us hang in the black light room with the posters. And then we would go across the street and sit on the stairs next to Ole Bardahl’s house. His name was Kess?

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  7. Used to buy some of my best hippie skirts there.

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  8. Ya! I got a picture of me carring out a big BONG! least we forget it was ileage to smoke pot back then!

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  9. In Ballard( Crown Hill) 85th & 32nd NW.

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  10. 85th and 32th NW Ballard(Seattle)

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  11. Remember it well, but dont have any pictures.Walked from home on 73rd and 33rd to Golden Gardens and passed it often

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  12. I seem to recall a Mexican Restaurant next door. Is it still there?

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  13. Bought records, posters and “other” items there regularly many years ago! There used to be a little soda fountain/diner on the end of the building too.

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  14. I loved that place back in the day.

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  15. I remember when it was Hoefer’s Market on the right side and the Pharmacy with the old fashioned soda counter where you entered that front door. there were steps up from 85th and no patio. I grew up just around the corner on 31st.

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  16. I may have been there and I may have bought screens for a bong I may have owned back in the day

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  17. Now most of their customers are probably high on weed gummy bears.

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