Days Inn Seattle North
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Tues 17 – We were too tempted to visit the Olympic National
Park so we went in our hired car and took the ferry, to explore the place.
Olympic encompasses several distinctly different ecosystems so every turn you
take there is something completely new to see. First was the deep, turquoise
blue Lake Crescent with eagles flying above it was a great first stop. We then
drove to our ...
... another community in the Seattle area via REI. My friends and I were finally getting into the rhythm of being out of college and I had a great circle of people around me. So, I'd say my feelings were equal parts excited and terrified. I was pretty stoked on the idea of traveling more, experiencing more and growing as a person, but the logistics caused a good deal of trepidation. I feared missing out on my friends' lives, those important events I ...
... out and punched him I was that mad! The trip to Seattle only took us about 3 hours which was good. Whilst in Seattle we went to the Pike Place markets, they were so big that we had to visit twice! It's full of arts, crafts and my old favorite food :-) I have been to many markets but this would be by far the best. In the fresh seafood section the workers there throw the fish to each other, it's a bit of a gimmick I suppose to get the crowd in but it really works. ...
... I feel better about releasing my material life. With the encouragement of my dear friend Muriel, I softened the whole thing up a bit...if I need to store a couple of things like a favorite pillow to give myself peace of mind, no biggie. Other than my art, most things are replaceable.
I have been so blessed the last few months. I met Lan and Muriel a few years ago in a coffee shop and we would chat ...
... attraction. Under the footpaths around Pioneer Square (the older part of town) there are buildings, older footpaths and rubble. The glass inlays in the pavement are actually skylights from the period of both levels of Seattle being used and you can see people's shadows passing overhead. Our tour guide was absolutely hilarious and had much better stories than the park ranger at Mt. Tam haha. Having worked up a bit of an appetite, Kimberley and I thought a caramel apple ...