Days Inn Kent - Meeker St.
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... it's also called, is going through its hottest, driest summer on record -- reservoirs and snowpack are at record low levels causing water-use and burn restrictions. The campground here is a little too crowded for our liking, but the location is good and beggars can't be choosers -- there are very few choices for big rigs in this area. Yesterday we drove to the Mt. Rainier National Park and when we turned a corner that gave us a ...
... downtown Seattle. Our GPS lost satellites so we fumbled our way around the city until the GPS got us back to where we needed to be.
We were back to the campground for lunch and to do laundry.
We will NOT be driving into Seattle tomorrow when we go to see the sights. We will be using the light rail and the city trolley to get ...
... there were families waiving torches on the dick as we sailed away. As John was not at all too good after he pulled his muscle in his leg he decided not to go to dinner and I went on my own. This was not great as John and Phil were pretty drunk as a result of all the free wine the Captain had put on to counter the disappointment of not going to Tokyo. This made our dinner conversation a little painful as these two are not good conversationalists when they are ...
... began clearing a little. At the bottom of the Space Needle is a glass and sculpture garden museum that we decided not to go to. High fences and vegetation hide it from non paying customers, but I was able to take a few pictures through gaps. The Rock and Roll museum is also there. It's architecture is very cool and sounds like it has lots of interesting exhibits inside, but it will have to wait for our next trip. From the Space Needle we took the rail back to Westlake, made a ...
... Fair in SEA.
Or you could just take it down a notch and say that some folks are in the midst of moving and packing - which are the 2 things i don't enjoy doing really. I'm sitting and looking around at what **** I need to pack on the eve of the solstice. My brain tells me that i need to do it but my body tells me otherwise. I swear - there needs to be a personal robot companion that ...