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... took the opportunity to get off at every opportunity we could. On the last day, there is a good amount of padding built into the schedule - and there were longer stops at Klamath Falls - which was quite chilly, and I enjoyed watching everyone shiver when I got off the train in my shorts and T-shirt - and Portland - where we walked into the Station and took some photographs of the beautiful interior of the Station building. If nothing else, we could ...
... here". The tour itself was 90 minutes, and took us into a few bays of the factory, seeing different stages of plane making. There were no electronics, including mobile phones and cameras allowed on the tour, so we have no photos, but for these photos we got at the end of us photoshopped into different areas of the factory. Ironically, those photos were probably better than any we could get on our own!
The tour was really informative, and went through all ...
... grey rock and seeing the occasional tree, the snow-cover perfect cone shape of the active volcano was a shock to the eyes. Despite Julie’s continual reminders to look ahead at the road, we did make it all the way into Seattle for our overnight stay … and for those of you wondering, you can see Mt Rainier from Seattle too.
On Thursday, we caught the train into the heart of Seattle. We spent most of the morning in and around Pike Place market, ...
... exhibit, and a very interesting one. In particular, the exhibit included a portion on the Japanese-Americans in the military with a picture of a group of men who were in the Military Intelligence Service Language Institute located in Fort Snelling. I think I recognized one of the men, Mr. Imagawa, who worked with Sayo, Russ, and Gerry's dad. Sayo, Gerry, Russ, and Mel, take a look at the guy in the middle front row. Is that Mr. Imagawa?
Anyway, walked from there ...
Well these past few days have been magnificent. I truly am in love with Seattle. I fell in love with it from the moment the plane touched down the first time I visited. Seeing it again was absolutely breathtaking. There's something beautiful about the chaos that the city provides. It's sheer madness, but the way the city works is magnificent. The stop-and-go traffic, the hustle and bustle of people making their way down half-crowded ...