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... screaming children, and if the wind was up, onto a
portion of the seated adults. Only the most cold hearted of fountain viewers
would not laugh at their now soaked clothes. After a display like that, there
was only one conclusion to be made: “We’re coming back tomorrow and swimming.”
After a bit of annoying effort that I won’t bother you with,
we bought our derby tickets and made the walk back into downtown. We had our
... testing with nearly no camouflage on Germany's Nurburgring track - hardly the place we would ever expect to find one of these mammoth sedans. But for its size - 200 mm longer than the standard S-Class - the Maybach does roll quite well, powered by the S65's ...
... and just had the most fun. Anyone visiting Seattle just has to go! Another of Steph's plans was to see a music artist called Lucinda Williams who is a mix of country, folk, jazz and a bit of rock, for her friend, Nicole's birthday. The concert was in the Seattle zoo so, I was able to see some cool wildlife before the music began (i am not sure whether I agree with zoos now but they were making paper out of recycled elephant poo and I thought at least this one seems to ...
... wine as we yapped away.
We copped some shocking weather as we drove up the west coast of Oregon and Washington so we hardly stopped to get out and scratch our *****. We made it to Portland, with one task on our mind..cheap, no tax, shopping. Went a bit crazy at the Nike Store and also bought a Macbook pro. so handy to have a proper computer and keypad. We plan to put together our GoPro footage, edit it and make some short clips ...
... on planet Earth when measuring by volume. They may seem small when you sit in them along with 400 strangers, but today's jets are massive and the scale required to manufacture them is amazing.
On day day three I went out to Bainbridge Island via the Washington State Ferry and explored the island for a bit. I also met up with two old friends from high school and college and now we're on to Los Angeles!