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... us their cars at airports so that we could go somewhere to grab a bite to eat. These people didn’t know us, and didn’t even know our names, yet they made such generous offers. How could this not help to restore your faith in your fellow human?
There were some humorous discoveries as well. Alex noticed that every place we had used a different style of faucet in their showers, and even I had to struggle to figure out how to make a few work. ...
... 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 ...
... royalty as ;) the one and only Megan Rapinoe of the US Women's National Soccer team. Superstar and Olympic gold medallist from London.
I have only done the 'met / had pics with' outside a end-of-game setting (e.g where they're at their job - but then again thats actually only one or two, too!) two sports people ever, both within the last 4 months or so, but i have to say I have hit jackpot both times haha - ...
... as we are catching the train from there on Thursday. We then walked back through the city centre and found the retail area so of course we had to check them out. I found out why everyone raves about Sephora and I had great fun with my lovely helper Janet. Regan was sitting in the sun watching the world going buy. We finally made it to the Pike market around 2 and had a lovely hour wandering around the market. It is a mix of food and craft stalls and we had ...
... lenses that probably cost between $2,000-$4,000 and then a guy that worked on the boat had a lens that was probably close to $10,000...WHAT!? Dude, whale watching is no joke. The boat guy turned his photos into a CD or DVD that were for sale as a slideshow or just a CD full of photos. The CD cost $30 and the DVD cost $40...wow. They're probably just trying to pay off that lens...
After whale watching I went to get Jamba ...
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