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... 124 of them, bu the others climbed this column which gave them a spectacular view of the surrounding countryside. I could see it pretty well from where I was too.
Eric suggested that we might like to see the sea lions down by the waterfront, but when we eventually found the area it was blocked off. But we sure heard them honking!
While we were walking around we heard a bell from a trolley which rode ...
... started to have a mini-heart attack as we started up the 164 stairs to the top bringing on a slight flash back of a previous trip to the statue of liberty. There was a lot of traffic up and down which did not help my tiny internal freak out. (so please remind me to skip the spiral stairs in ol' lady Liberty when we reach NYC) We got to the top and felt a little woozy looking over the edge. The parking attendants had told us ...
... where hitchhikers are a rare sight, this was the easiest hitching experience i'd ever had. Praise be to God.
That night I stayed with the Brittain's for one last night and left for PDX at 5:15 the next morning. Janell was kind enough to leave a bit early for work and give me a ride to the airport so that I could avoid taking the 45 minute public transit.
The flight was good and easy, but upon arrival in Chicago - bad weather along the East ...
... most likely sturdy enough. What is all the fuss about? This bridge is two lanes, 6545 m long (just over 4 miles) with 60 m clearance at high tide. The longest continuous truss bridge in North America. The previous night, I asked the front desk clerk what the speed limit on the bridge is - he responded that it is 55 mph (88 kph). Then I asked the question to which I really did not want to know the answer; I asked, "I guess it gets quite windy up there"? ...
... down Highway 101, which begins in Washington State to the north and hugs the coast all the way down to California. Although its not the quickest of routes if you were in a hurry, it's definitely a stunning drive - hence it being designated as a 'scenic highway'. Not that this was of much relevance to us that morning, as we were swathed in sea mist and rain clouds, and coudn't even see the ocean from the road. It must have been early afternoon by ...