Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
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... headed to our friends beautiful home for catching up, an awesome barbeque with real Memphis dry rub ribs, and great conversation.
Tomorrow, we meet up with Gilda's Club Seattle, one of our five great foundations. We are so thankful to have made it here to help.
Will you join us? Go to www.theoneride.net and give, register to fundraise or come to our fundraising party in Sturgis, also on the site in the Buffalo Chip Tab.
... interesting. And randomly they have a bit of the Berlin Wall there. After two hours at Evergreen I made my way back to the I-5 and headed north. I have one piece of advice to anyone thinking of driving into Washington state... don't! And to the lovely people of WA, learn how to ******* drive! Jeepy has been returned to his rightful owners, and, after this afternoon's drive into Seattle, I'm so glad to see the back of him. For one: Jeepy handled ...
... was that we walked right past the "dogs in the park" stand. I ordered a Mediterranean dog and my soreness seemed to melt away. It wasn't as good as the Japadog but definitely was exactly what I needed. Back at the hostel I showered, relaxed and Stefan and I decided to head out for a drink and meet his friends from Waterloo with whom he'd be leaving with the next day to drive down the coast to LA. After a little while I had to go home and get some sleep and be ready for tomorrow. It was a long ...
... 100 miles (160 km) south of the Canada–United States border. A major gateway for trade with Asia, Seattle is the 8th largest port in the United States and 9th largest in North America in terms of container handling.
The Seattle area was previously inhabited by Native Americans for at least 4,000 before the first settlers arrived. It was named "Seattle" in 1852, after Chief Si'ahl of the local Duwamish and Suquamish tribes.
... have a long way to go. I did get a look set the photos and one was good but at $20 a photo I doubt I will get one. I went to the lecture and listened to the talk on the Aleutians War during WWII which was interesting but very brief. Later in the day I went to the lecture on Whales....interesting but not that great really. We did look at the apparel sale and I got a t-shirt for $5us. Later in the evening was ...