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... the weather was sunny and nice so they could stand outside. The vendors seem to be really good sales people since I came away with foot cream, muscle therapy lotion, chocolate cherries (not much selling for those), lemon curd and balsamic vinegar. You get the picture. When they could stand waiting for us no longer, the guys piled us in the car and we went to a Pho (pronounced FA, like FA la la ) restaurant ...
... carry mail between cities, not the other way around - passengers were an after thought! Oh, how times change!
The next is the Lockheed Model 1049G Super Constellation (they have about 3 open viewings a year but given it was used as a restaurant prior to being moved to the museum, there is little to see. I'm told the inside is virtually empty).
The next ...
... so glad to see him (and, to be honest, my water bottle). We got home and I saw for the first time the row of new mailboxes (a neighbor had organized the whole thing); they look good. Chloe didn't seem to care that I was home, though she did have a good sniff of my suitcase later on.
I've had a lovely two weeks, and I don't have to go back to work till Thursday (yay!), and I'm happy to be home. On the way back from the airport, John asked where I'd be going next year. Hmmm ...
... interactive as you will note in pictures. The day was clear and we had a good view of the surrounding country side and mountain ranges. Mt. Ranier was even visible. After we walked around the globe from east to east, we departed for solid ground.
The Chihuly Gardens and Glass exhibit is often breathtaking with the intricate and delicate glass sculptures. Many of the designs mirror floral patters found in nature.
We stopped at Sports Bar ...
... from now. It's only a 9 hour drive, but I really don't wanna have to drive straight for that long. I'll probably make half the journey tomorrow, rest up, and finish up the next day. Spent about $80 on various attractions in Seattle. Well worth every penny. Have I mentioned I love this city? That's all, folks.
"Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us, or we find it not." - Ralph Waldo Emerson