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In the afternoon I did some maintenance on the plane, which is so much easier with a full hangar and set of tools. Then Ross and Walter took me for a fly in their Flying Boat, the very, very impressive Gweduck - an all composite new plane, that fits between a Widgeon and a Goose, whith a whole lot more robustness and capability. This ...
... the day. Thank you trip advisor for turning me onto it!
... br> What we didn't know was that Jon had arranged to meet his older son Miles.
Robyn was feeling crook from brunch and stayed in the car to rest, but the other four ate at the trailer diner where Noah worked - chicken tortillas.
It was great to finally meet Jon's kids, Miles keen to follow in his Dad's footsteps as a musician, and Noah heading off to college and hoping to play football.
After posing for photos (some more willingly ...
So today, after a 'continental' breakfast and a morning run/exercise, we took the monorail to the centre of Seattle. $3 isn't too bad for an hour's journey. As the hotel continental breakfast was far from desirable, our first stop was the food court in Westlake centre; Jake opted for sweet and sour Chinese. For myself, Pizza Italia had a meal deal that simply could not be missed! We both enjoyed our food and then went to explore the rest of ...
... was amazing. For entrees, my parents and I all had the same entree, halibut, while Brittany had the bouillabaisse, Josh the strip steak and Susan and Justin the tenderloin. Everyone raved over how well the dishes were prepared and tasted. Just as great as the views. Dessert was a fun treat as the boys and I each had the Lunar Orbit which they've been serving since 1952 (the only original menu item). It's really just ice cream in a dish ...