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... their place and talked and after awhile they took us on a tour of Vashon Island. There is a small town of Vashon and we also went to a beach where there is a lighthouse. But what I enjoyed most was just sitting around, talking, and eating. Between the 2 of them, they can cook! We had oatmeal the 1st morning, w/fresh strawberries. Yum! For lunch, we had tea and pastries that we had gotten at the local bakery. Yum! For dinner, we had hamburgers ...
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... car by name, like she had known them for a while. As soon as the train started to move, she came to our room with a glass of champagne for each of us and took our dinner reservation. A few minutes later, she came back with another glass of champagne...she had accidentally poured an extra glass for her guests, and figured that we looked like we'd enjoy another complimentary glass, so she left the glass, plus the partially full bottle she had been ...
... and watched as the fog of Puget Sound slowly engulfed the Olympic Peninsula across the bay.
On Friday Michelle kindly volunteered to play tour guide, and she showed me the city by almost every means possible. We started with the Aqua Duck (ie ex-military amphibious truck), then walked around, before ascending the Space Needle for lunch in the revolving restaurant, and finally catching the mono-rail downtown. Along the way we checked out the Chihuly ...
... not something I had really considered until I we realized that next week when we have to work, the markets will close at 12noon Anchorage time- not ideal for a vacation, but at least we get to spend the rest of the time exploring. Tomorrow will be an interesting day as we will get up early and drive about 5 hours to Homer. It is amazing how big this state really is- I have heard and read about it, but I look forward to seeing it for myself.... ...