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... after a few hours of chatting to John and getting settled on the boat, I hit a brick wall. I ended up having a few hours sleep in the pilot's bunk while John picked Shawn up from the bus station in Ballard.
Later that evening, John cooked a wonderful dinner of Chinook (King) Salmon and Rosti. It all seemed a little surreal still to be in Seattle, living on a boat and eating wonderful seafood...and still feeling slightly jet-lagged!
... at the Asian pacific museum... but our stomachs were leading this trip, per always. So we went to Pike place public market ( originated by the Japanese in 1901 but no one knows that because then they got sent to internment camps and white people took it over) Getting off track... the market was really cool! A ton of open fish stands, fresh fruit, herbs, spices, vegetables... crafts, handmade bags, ethnic foods. . Busy busy busy and our first stop was a fish ...
... jay which I have been trying to get ever since I arrived over here! Yesterday I took a walk through the park out the back of the house and down to the beach. 300 steps down from the park to the beach, pretty steep! I'm glad roller derby practice has improved my balance a whole load. Last night Carl and Heather took me for my first chowder experience - delicious! Huge thanks to you both for looking after me so well. It was a pleasure.
So yeah. Canada. Eeeeeee! :D
... coming over one by one. I started to getting nervous as I knew no one of them. And every time when a new guest came, I had to introduce myself again. I tried to play with kids so I didn't have to socialize with them. lol But I could hear my friend was talking about me with her friends all the time. There's even one time my friend called me over and asked me to do british accent in front of her American friends. I was like...what?!
... to wash it away. I have to admit my aching joints seemed to feel better when I left.
Late in the afternoon I arrived at my destination for the next few days, the Coeur d'Alene resort. WAI treated us to the fabulous Coeur d'Alene resort on the shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene. Here is Dan Friesen, the president of the company, welcoming us on the first night.