Extended Stay America - Seattle - Lynnwood
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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 …
... 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.
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... we tried to see how many strangers would high five us, I believe I was denied twice the whole night. I felt accomplished. As the night proceeded we made our way to the waterfront, the first Starbucks (where I told jokes to the workers, and the staff was incredibly fun), and the gum wall! After our adventures running around, I felt the need to get a lottery ticket but then lost it! I am sure that someone is rich from that now. ...
... and would love to have been there. Linda and Mary are both Americans of Japanese descendants. Mary's parents migrated to America before Mary and her brother were born, they owned 10 acres on Vashon Island, near Seattle, where they grew strawberries until the second world war broke out. Because of their Japanese appearance the family were put into a internment camp, Mary was 16 years old at the time. At the ...