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Since the shopping in Seattle is **** we decided to hire a big car to fit the 6 of us and drive to some outlet stores on the Sunday. What a day we had. A nice little ride to a place called Tulalip and a shopping dreeeeeam. Surprisingly, Glenn bought a lot of stuff, he did very well!
We went to an amazing bar for dinner and all really enjoyed our meal.
At about 5:30 Glenn, Kristen, Rebecca and I went to the Casino while Matt and ...
... boys stopped to play near the water and throw rocks. We played games like stomping over the troll bridge & counting steps up the trail, as we made our way to the falls. I got to teach Ivan about my new knowledge of spiddle bugs and watch Logan try to climb every fallen tree that he could. =0)
Arriving at the falls, you take a slippery hike down to the water (getting as close as you can, depending on the height of the river.) That day it was low enough ...
Today we got the shuttle bus to Pier 66 only the driver took us with all the other passengers to Pier 91 instead oops wrong cruise for us, he was very kind and drove us to the right pier we had plenty of time to board. Beautiful Norwegian ship our cabin is lovely. Off now ...
... at me like I was a criminal for not having 'declared' them, he discovered that they were from America and I was allowed to bring them with me anyway... thank the Lord..! Although we knew we were tired at the time, it was only after looking back at pictures of us on the bus that we realised just how worn out we were. Those pictures have been deleted as we didn't see much point in keeping them - no good scenery there! We arrived in Seattle and had a fairly stress free walk and ...
... who each year come to feed the poor. We all got a good laugh and visited with the organizers and the people eating the food. It was one of those totally unplanned great moments.
We walked over toward the main temple, lots of souvenir stands, places to buy holy items. We checked our shoes and then were approached by an intense looking holy man, I think a priest of some note. He stayed with us for the next hour and toured us around the grounds and temple, asking nothing from ...
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