Skiff Point Guest House
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... which was an amazing experience to board.
The T.A. Wilson Great Gallery displayed more than 40 historic aircraft, tracing the history of the first century of human flight, including the world's only remaining M-21 Blackbird. Stunningly presented and beautifully arranged, our Docent (Guide) provided an hour-long appreciation of some of the major historical developments in aviation. Starting at the very beginning with a presentation on the Wright Brothers ...
... next to me. The two of us already seated un-buckled and climbed out into the aisle so she could climb in. Turns out her carry-on is a per carrier for a tiny white puppy. The pet carrier was the size of a shoe box and this dog was the kind that won't grow out of its first carrier. The kind that the flight attendants seen to love to visit, pick up and hold through the night. The owner continued to talk baby talk to it ...
... had a room with ensuite bathroom.
Someone in Vancouver (ah, Vancouver) had told me about a couple of other towers to check out in Seattle so I dutifully visited both on my last day there. The first, the Smith Tower, is a baby skyscraper. In fact, it's barely a skyscraper, it's just a moderately tallish building. Sure it was tall when it was built but at only 38 floors it has been overtaken somewhat. The cool thing about it is you ride up to that 38th floor in a ...
... not having been delivered like a joke and US border people not generally being known for their jokes. In the end, the guy told Sophie she looks much younger now than in her 10 year old passport photo, so she was pretty happy with how it turned out!
Our flight was fine despite being on a pretty tiny Bombardier plane (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bombardie r_CRJ700_series). Again we noticed the difference with European short haul though - we got TVs, ...
... That night was the first night that we needed to use our heater. It was about 22 degrees outside, so finding an outlet somewhere to plug up to was necessary! We ate at Denny's and found a hookup outside a Super 8...ran the cable right into the van...and slept peacefully for
5 hours before someone so kindly unplugged us and returned the cable to the outside of the van. That was our, "It's time to get going" que, ...