Extended Stay America - Seattle - Lynnwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Saturday was another long day of driving to Washington. We stopped just across the Oregon state line at a rest stop to have a picnic. They had a very small dog area. So we pulled a blanket out of the car and sat under a tree. The weather was so nice and Maggie enjoyed the driving break.
Our first full day in Seattle was Sunday. We headed …
... just thankful the sun came out and the sky cleared otherwise it just wouldn't of had the same feeling to it.
Back at the motel we christened our new pots and pans and I cooked up a nice healthy meal. This is the start of our new regime to loose a few pounds by the time we get to LA... can't be shown up with all the beach bodies that will be out!!! We still have a couple of days left in Seattle but no idea what we are doing so we better get researching!
... cooking. On the menu was chicken kabobs with a saffron butter and fire smoked tomatoes. The fire was hot and the chicken cooked quickly on the bamboo skewers. We decided to eat outside as the sun was setting and had the perfect view for dinner. Across the water from camp were mountains and island and the sky turned orange and pink as we ate. We enjoyed the fire and called it a night early. A great start to our trip. ...
... actual blockage. Had the option to turn left or right. Farms both ways. It looked like there might be a better chance turning right. We got lucky, driving about 2 miles down and found a narrow turnaround area near a barn. Thankfully CharLi has a sharp turning radius and we made it back out. We did have to drive an extra 20 miles out of our way up to Monroe then back down and over to Lynnwood.
... a good breakfast. They had provisions, but nothing "breakfasty." I also felt sad that I will not see them for twenty days. This will be the longest time that I have been apart from my daughters. It helps to know that they will be with family and friends while I am on travel. I have another long day ahead of me. Getting from Seattle to Kigali takes a long time, but I will try to stay busy to make the most of it. I am very excited about all that is in store for this trip. Next stop: ...