Courtyard by Marriott Seattle North / Lynnwood
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... Pho is a giant bowl of broth with a pile of rice noodles dumped in the middle, some slices of meat and a few scallions floating on top. You can add hot sauce or hoisin sauce as you like. They all love it. Harold and I got vermicelli bowls (ok, we thought we were getting spaghetti in a Vietnamese restaurant). The vermicelli bowls were a pile of cold, plain rice noodles with sliced cucumber and carrots on ...
This week's blog begins in Montana. Not much to report really from Montana, except that instead of using the word 'farm’ they use the word ‘ranch.’ I’m not sure if they’re trying to be fancy, but they aren’t fooling anyone. When we got to our RV Park on Monday night in West Glacier, Montana, Julie was thrilled to see that it had a hot tub. I made a bloody mess of the snags on the barbecue, but managed to salvage some edible ones to ...
... sport for females,
and a contact one at that, and of course that something as strange sounding as
women bashing into each other on roller blades could be so skillful and
strategic. I think the thing I love the most about it though is that the women
who play it are such normal people. I’m not trying to diminish their skill,
because it takes a special kind of person to play derby, and the work they do
is intense. But they are all mothers ...
DAY 63 of Circumnavigation
Miles Driven - 101 (about average)
Total RV Miles - 2011 since leaving Ananda Village mid May
We drove over Snoqualmie Pass yesterday morning then turned off at North Bend, heading up the 202 and 203 along a beautiful river valley between the Sammamish and Snoqualmie Plateaus. Since Interstate 90 and 405 interchange is undergoing major renovations with huge traffic ...
... a salad) and we walked around local shops, watched some street artists and had lots of fun. It was a little rainy and cold, but we didn't let that stop us! I didn't get any pictures of this, but we were looking into the water at the pier and there was a school of jellyfish in the bay! It was cool, they were like the size of a sand dollar and white/clear. I have never seen ...