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... the Space Needle to see Chihuly Garden and Glass. It deserves its own entry. We walked down to Post Alley to eat chowder at Pike's Place Chowder. It's worth walking a mile down the street and back up again to taste this national award winning treat.
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... heart was thumping. After what I had been through, I had a pretty tame night, walked the beach and then to bed. I slept for ten hours, my dreams were vivid. I woke feeling refreshed and ready for adventure! My little place had a small view of the ocean; I felt the breeze coming in. I heard music coming from below, happy people and I smelled excellent food. I was about a block from a world famous disco called Help Discotheque, the kind of place where all kinds of characters hung ...
... and the seafood didn't disappoint. Throughout the day I had noticed the population of homeless people here was pretty high like most cities over here but while we were eating dinner we had some beggars come and ask us for money which was pretty confronting because they wouldn't leave. We all finished eating and went to the space needle via the monorail which lasted like 1 minute and 30 seconds. We went up to the observation deck to watch the sunset over the city. On one ...
... itself is interesting, in that the Pastor is Vietnamese. The congregation is ethnically mixed, so to speak and friendly. The early Mass, which we attend, embodies the Children's Presentation. It's always fun to watch and observe the parents and grandparents enjoying their grandkids. This year, Father Joseph sang Silent Night in three languages, English, Vietnamese and Italian. He said that he was "threatened" by some of ...
... Snow Tires and -35 degree windshield wiper antifreeze. We are, in other words, "Loaded for Bear."
The Idaho side of Look Out was a bit more of a challenge, what with the tightness of the curves and less-than-Montana maintenance performed there. It went fine though, without even the slightest close call. The real excitement started when we reached Fourth of July Pass. Here the snow started falling in earnest with about two inches ...