Days Inn Seattle North
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... in Charleston, SC may years ago. Nita and her husband, Harold, moved back to Seattle about 18 years ago, and I unfortunately had lost contact with her when I moved out of the US. They hosted a fab bbq at their house in Port Orc******* my birthday - just as they had done 20 years ago when I was (ahem) a youngster! It was just like old times, with the added treat of the beautiful ferry ride from Seattle.
- Finally, we also had a visit on Monday night from ...
... of the bass guitar that my brother Jerry would have liked. Jimi Hendrix was being featured, and they had a bunch of film clips and original memorabilia from his era. Jody especially like the punk stuff which came out of the Seattle area before it went mainstream.
There was a section on animation, and a section on video games including an area where it looked like a group were working on video game development. Upstairs was a ...
... I've gotten really into planes since I started working, perhaps because of all the travel I've had, so I've wanted to visit Boeing for a while. The drive was uneventful, we left so early I didn't have a chance to get a coffee in the morning so I swung through the Starbucks drive through to pick one up on the way. Stefan was both amazed and bewildered with all the drive throughs we have in America. He said you would only perhaps see a McDonald's or BK drive through in Germany. ...
... Washo Fish Market which was very interesting in the end, their fish markets are very different to ours. They had a lot of crabs for sale and the whole crab which was quite large were 5,000yen or $50 for one, far too expensive. We saw squid and octopus and all manner of other fish, no whale thank goodness. We stopped at one store and purchased some crab and it was absolutely delicious. We then headed to the Kushiro City Museum and this was a lovely museum, ...
... on a bus tour so that all we need to do was get our baggage and go thru customs and voila we were in Canada. Our bus driver Pete was very informative , highlighting sights and things unique to Canadians ( they like to say eh at the end of each sentence) along the way. Bucthart gardens are wonderful , it was a cement mine first before being transformed into wonderful and sumptuous feast ...