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... are due to start at 22:15, and it seems for a while like it won't be dark in time. But just before the fireworks show, darkness starts to roll in, but not before the parachutists have jumped out of a plane, and a Chinook helicopter flies around the lake towing a massive Stars and Stripes flag. Some of the crowd start chanting USA, USA. Patriotism out of their systems the fireworks being, accompanied by music, a few British artists ...
... were day long hikes and required registering with the ranger. We just didn't have the time, so we settled for the overlooks. One thing we did notice were a LOT of bicycles! It seemed like that was the thing to do on the Cascade Loop. I'm not really sure the attraction, but there were definitely more bicycles than motorcycles, and there were a LOT of motorcycles.
From Winthrop to the western edge of the Northern Cascades National Park ...
... One side of the hanger contains the fuselage and wings being assembled and the other is where they put the whole package together. Looks like this is still the largest plane in the world and is used extensively for both cargo and commercial passenger uses. I did fly on one of these once and can attest to how massive they are on the inside. Although mine was an older model used by United on international long haul trips, and it didn't even have personal entertainment. Go ...
... faithful little motorhome was doing a great job. Like the little engine who said "I knew I could" it was handling the passes with ease.
Low clouds hugged the mountains as if they didn't want to let go. The miles flew by. We slipped quietly into Washington State and navigated the Snowqualmie Pass and hit the western side of the range.
It is hard to comprehend the amount of trees that occupy the sides of the mountains. ...
Our last day in Seattle was amazing. This city is definitely one of my most favourite places. We went to the Pike St Markets again to go to the crumpet store, and to find Bubble Gum Alley. It literally is, just an alley where the walls are covered with bubble gum. We did our bit and added to the creation :) Back to the crumpet store though. Wow-weeeee! That was a good tea and crumpet. Could have used some promite but I settled for honey! Delicious. Must learn to ...
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