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... the market, we traveled a short way to see the boats pass through the locks between Lake Washington and Puget Sound. It's always interesting to see how they rise and fall with the water level. We saw a small Alaska bound adventure type cruise ship on its way north. I think it was the boat our friend, Shirley, took on their trip last year. I don't think it would be our cup of tea - ...
... Park, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, and obviously a super cool walking tour around the city. Although it misted the whole time, I learned a surprising amount about the city and met an Aussie and Belgian girl who I hung out with for the rest of the day. I wonder what tours in Toronto would show you. I know next to nothing about that city. Anyways, afterwards we did the Pike Place brewery tour, went to Owl'n Thistle for fish and chips (happy hour is ...
The AMAZING Museum of Flight - Intro:
On Tuesday the 9th Dec, Dale (of the '1996 F350 4x4 crew-cab long-bed' fame mentioned in an earlier post) and I, drove down from Mount Vernon to the 'Museum of Flight' situated on the grounds of the 'Boeing Field' airfield near Seattle. I was expecting a bigger exhibition than what I saw at the 'Heritage Flight Museum' a few days earlier, but the scale of this museum absolutely blew me away (it seems ...
... and all the players ran out through a seahawk-shaped tunnel while fire bombs shot up above them. The crowd went bonkers, and it was just so fun to be a part of.
They soon started the game, and within the first 2 minutes, we were standing up and yelling with everyone else. The guy who was standing next to Jess kept hi-fiving her, so I made sure I yelled and clapped when he did that because I'm assuming it meant my team had done something good. Soon enough we had points ...
... 7 or 8 drinks in each) but we got through them eventually, and besides, it was a bargain! $15 for close to 16 drinks. Winning. Justin and I were roaring to dance, so we convinced our pub crawl guide - the spaghetti chef Glen - to take us somewhere we could boogie. We rocked up at a pub/club thing that only played Motown. I don't think it was really what Justin had in mind, particularly when he approached the DJ and requested Backstreet Boys and Spice Girls. ...
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