Extended Stay America - Seattle - Everett - North
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... were that gorgeous autumn colour. The city could be seen through the masts of the boats in the harbour and the Space Needle blended in with them. The sun was reflecting off the water and mountains lined the horizon. We found a charming little rock made bench under a tree where we perched ourselves for a while to admire the surroundings. We sat there for ages just looking out into the water and watching the sun go down. What an amazing way to finish up the day and ...
... captain,Tony, to position our 41 feet (38 feet plus 3 feet of bikes and rack) into the site. We fit snuggly up against the picnic table wedged between the trees on either end. Perfect spot. Most of the sites have 30 AMP electrical so we were able to hook up for some land juice and not need our generator.
Once situated Tony took the puppies on a much needed quick tour of the park and I started a ...
... lunch date with Heather in Seattle, and after filling up on tasty Hawaiian fare at O'hanas we made one last pit stop: Boeing in Everette of course! Part of every trip through Washington is seeing Boeing planes sitting undelivered (due to test flights or rework) and then continuing on our way! The rest of our trip was uneventful and the border crossing went fine as ...
... that making bagel sandwiches does take time, especially when toasting is requested... "How many toasters are back there?" At that point, I looked at my wife and could tell she was thinking the same thing: time to head to the gate. We only had a few precious minutes to exchange hugs and kisses and take a few snapshots. Then they were gone, down into the tunnel and out of sight. Now that the rush was over, I had a chance to grab some breakfast. I felt bad that all three of them would ...
So it begins. Or is it the end? I strode under all the
“departures” signs today, carrying across my back all that’s left after I’ve
spent the last few weeks divesting, paring away, getting lighter and lighter,
hollowing my bones so that today I’m ready to fly. Just 52.6 lbs (39.4 in the
backpack, 13.2 in the sling bag) and the shoes on my feet. I don’t think ...