Three Tree Point Bed and Breakfast
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An early start to the day as everyone arrived in the dark to start the day. Getting to school at this time doesn't seem quite right. Heading off at 8 am we made our way into central Seattle. Arriving a little early we drove by Century Link field and Safeco field. The home of the Seahawks football and the Mariners baseball team. A little tour through Chinatown and we came to our stop at Pioneer Square. The tour took us back to when Seattle was located 15 feet below its ...
... side, and the manager needed everyone to pitch in during dinner hour of the Seahawks game. It was fun to see a different side of Silas' life, and we had a chance to talk more and even see some Christmas lights. We finished the evening with Jamie's yummy turkey pumpkin chili, a board game (of course) that Silas won (of course), and finally said goodbyes at the Hampton Inn by the airport, ready for an early morning ...
... especially nightly observances of the mysterious lights on Mount Adams (from inner earth) and light ship/ufo watching! James is a visionary, dedicated to the awakening and healing of Humanity and the Earth.
Our next stop is to the Washington-Tacoma area, where we will join several friends we met at the two conferences for more discussions and sharing regarding the many changes occurring now on the planet.
... and enjoyed some 'gorge'-ous views (groan... sorry I couldn't resist that one). That night we were supposed to be going out but we were so tired out from the hiking that we ended up crashing on the sofa with a film - also a first for me, an Anime called Spirited Away which I enjoyed.
The next day we had lunch with Sharon's lovely friend Ally and then Sharon dropped me off for the Bolt Bus (like the Greyhound but slightly less sketchy). I was really sad to leave Portland ...
... Built in the early 1900s, the larger lock (825 ft long) held several small and medium boats at the same time and the smaller lock (150 ft) moved larger yacht size boats. A short walk across the lock bridge took us to the fish ladder, a creatively designed place to allow the salmon to make their way upstream and around the locks and dam. Below ground, large windows allow you ...