The College Inn
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... it was a very standard color. I’ve made a note to myself to see if the large tree in the front yard would have been one that dad planted. So this was my home from second grade to the summer of 1970. Dad had been transferred to Portland and as soon as I graduated from high school they put the house up for sale and moved to Portland. I stayed in Auburn in the basement of friends and got a job working on the railroad chain gang. I walked ...
... out of sacks and the grizzly bears playing in the
water. It is great going to America this time of year being off season you
almost get places all to yourselves.
Fri 13 – Bit of a random day today, we got a Ferry to
Bainbridge Island to see the Seattle skyline from the water. It turned out that
Bainbridge Island had lots of great things, so many nice boutiques, ...
... 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 ...
... the best part of our Seattle trip... the Map Store! We must have spent at least an hour wandering around and reconstructing the world via very complicated puzzle techniques. Finally we were out of things to do and decided that Oysters and wine were the place to be. We spent the rest of the afternoon and early evening eating oysters, clams and key lime pie while learning Sign Language and Russian and drinking ...
... experiences while traveling (Amy might remember a time on an Italian train or a Yugoslavian restaurant and Amanda might remember a certain border crossing in Mexico which was totally her fault and Cami might remember another border crossing when people jumped on our car in Nogales or there was that time at Checkpoint Charlie.... so actually, you never know).