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... fireworks display. It's the other side of the city from us, so we take the train to the city centre and walk the rest of the way to Union Lake. When we get there it's packed full of families and groups who are sat in camp chairs or on picnic blankets and look like they've been there all day. There are a few food vendors and we contemplate getting something to eat, until we see the huge queues. There's also huge queues for the toilets. ...
... as we stopped along the way all day. There were also a couple of small dams, mostly the Ross Dam and the Diablo dam that you could see from the road. The Diablo Dam actually had a side road that you could travel down that let you ride across the top of the dam to the other side. It was a great experience.
Eventually we stopped at the Visitors center to get our passports stamped. There were lots of places to hike in the cascades, ...
... We made our way on buses to the production facility after the video. This place is billed as the largest building in the world by volume you wouldn't believe the statistic just by looking at it, but only up close when there's a few planes parked around can you begin to understand how immense the structure is. First we would enter the 747 hangar by way of the underground tunnels and proceed about 4 stories above the production floor to get a great view of about 3-4 huge 747s ...
... join us for a little while as their RV was in for some repairs.
The landscape changes drastically as the mountains get closer. Rolling foothills increase in height and point to the peaks that remind me so much of the Swiss Alps. What we called mountains back in Australia would be considered hills over her. Our biggest "mountain" being Mount Kosciuszko reaches only 7310 feet, that's about the first bend on these monsters.
... we went to a nice restaurant
called Bitterroot BBQ and has some drinks to finish off a great two weeks in Seattle.
Fri 20– Onto Vancouver on a long bus journey. Getting the Greyhound
bus is an interesting experience it really is a mixed bunch of people! You
never really get to see much on the road as it is just the highway. But a good
time to write the blog!