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... easily see Mt. Rainier some 90+ miles and Mt. Baker about 100 miles away! Also, saw a seaplane landing in Lake Washington. We were surprised how it was flying through the buildings of Seattle to reach Lake Washington. As for the Chihuly Garden and Glass Exhibit, we could see how this exhibit is considered so high on the TripAdvisor list of attractions, #1 on the list. Chihuly glass artwork is so distinctive. We first saw his glasswork at ...
I was totally packed with suitcases at the front door when my alarm went off, and Gus and I went down for breakfast. While I puttered around doing last minute stuff, Gus preferred to perching on his favorite spot on the couch pillows, and bark wildly at the 'man-hater' channel. He was really into exercising not only his legs, but his voice as well. Lori (my housecleaner) arrived for "project" day, and ...
... to the cool, moist air of the Pacific Northwest.
About the same time we were doing this, we were rewarded with a clear view of Mt. Rainier - we really were home.
The last 30 miles were almost surreal. Normally, I'd have circled the house and waved to Kay and Sean, but they were in a car 200 miles behind us. Instead, it was a straight shot into Paine Field. As we taxied up to the hangar, the guys in the hangar across ...
... he boarded his flight to Chicago and then on to Buffalo. And, yes, Mandy needed a tissue. Our flight to Seattle boarded an hour later, and Connie was there to pick us up and take us home for dinner. Lovely to see them both after all these years. After settling in, we had a lovely dinner and chatted till bedtime - well the girls chatted and Dave and I tried to interrupt ...
... is once in a lifetime. Never would I have thought that this would ever happen to me post-graduation.
If you asked me how I am feeling about this, I couldn’t give you an exact adverb. Since the Fall of 2013, I have been praying that I would be able to travel to Japan again whether that would be saving up money to buy myself a ticket, a program, or something to get me there. God has blessed me with this opportunity to do a lot in Japan and I am excited to see what He ...
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