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... Bay. They have lost their first two games this year. Disappointing when they won the Super Bowl two years ago. People around here are crazy for Seattle. It seems like every other shirt we see on people is a Seahawk shirt. And all the stores are full of Seahawk gear, just like Ohio State stuff at home. Derek was delighted with his Bar Sign. I blogged while they sat on the balcony outside and had a beer. It was nice to have a pretty relaxing day.
... the local birds of prey rescue center. Next we visited the main building that housed part of the hatchery and other exhibits. There really was nothing else for us to do but leave. On the way out we saw a band composed of fisherman called the Bobbers.
When we got back to town we went to the hotel for a little rest. Larry has a cold going on and Erin has been really tired. About 4:00 we headed out for the Putt-Putt Golf just down the ...
... few places where there were orchards and vineyards. There had been a fire along the gorge here with patches of black, burnt trees, telephone poles, and guard rail posts. You could smell the charred wood and ash. We stopped at the town of Wishram to see the historic locomotive and the train yard and Amtrack Station. We also stopped at Maryhill Winery to buy a bottle of wine. I chose my favorite, Muscato. Our last stop ...
So smoky due to the fires! We just wanted to get some air, finding the fresh stuff just south of the US/Canadian border.
We stopped at a fruit stand in Summerland to get gifts. Stopped at the border to give them all of our tomatoes and green onions. Stopped to convert the car's electronics back to miles from kilometers. Finally stopping at Leavenworth for the ...
... Honeycrisp was saved! Greatest of all, they were able to market a premium apple garnering a price likely three times what an apple should cost. But in Minnesota, "homegrown" is a moniker too sentimental to overlook. It is a good apple. I simply had no idea how widespread the phenomenon would be.
At my stand of choice, I walked right past the Honeycrisp to the bulk apples in the back. SweeTangos the size of ...