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Travel Blogs from Mount Vernon
... some chamomile tea to help Taliata to sleep better at night.
We went to the space Needle (did not get on the outside elevator) but not to the top!
I did get a lot of pictures though.
The museum opened May 21, 2012 at the Seattle Center at the former site of the Fun Forest. The project includes three primary components: the Garden, the Glasshouse, and the Interior Exhibits, with significant secondary spaces including a 90 seat café ...
Today we went to the Base Commissary and the Navy Exchange (NEX) to pick up a few things.
It was about 1/2 hour drive from Nick and Talita's house. A beautiful drive all along the way, although it was cloudy and rain. We passed a lot of vegetable fields, several were potatoes fields, so we thought about our friend, Ben who loves to plant potatoes.
When we got to the NEX we grabbed a quick bite to eat then got our stuff. Over to the commissary ...
... viewing point and took some pictures. About ˝ way back on the trail, David decided to join me, so we walked back. It was awesome. I remember when this mountain erupted and blew down or scorched 230 square miles of forest, it was the day after my 29th Birthday, May 18, 1980 at 8:32am. It was on all TV stations that day.
Seeing the actual site of Mother Nature’s power is awe-inspiring! Now just over 34 ...
... Bridge which was knocked down in May but has been repaired. There are SEVERAL signs that tell all over size vehicles to exit before the bridge so it does not get knocked down again.
We will do a thorough tank clean out in AM then head home. We will gas up at the Reservation, get propane then head over the Deception Pass Bridge.
Thursday 18th was one of the most memorable days during my trip. We went to visit Keith Tyne, director of Skagit County Public Defenders Office. He was the leader of an organization of lawyers, which defends law offenders who can't afford a lawyer themselves. Mr. Tyne himself was a lawyer too. After a story about the American judicial system we would attend a courtroom hearing and after that we would go to an outlet mall. This all happened in Mt. Vernon, a ...