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WHOA THINGS HAVE CERTAINLY CHANGED, SEATTLE IS EXPIRENCING THE SAME GROWTH PROBLEMS A SYDNEY,TRAFFIC CHAOS BUT HAD A GREAT DAY, THIS BIRTHDAY IS GOING FOREVER.
Today was all about sleeping in and eating seafood. After a very late start we wandered down to check out Eddie Vedders house (he is the lead singer of Pearl Jam). We parked out the front and took some sneaky photos before we realized that we looked like weirdo stalkers and left him in peace. Next stop was Easy Street Records. This was my very first record store and it was so impressive! We wandered ...
... 8220;Ride” turned out. But I wanted to get something out there so you wouldn’t think I had copted out on continuing this blog.
I will leave you with this quote by Dorothy Parker, provided to me by my Windows 10 trusty digital assistant; Cortana.- “The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity” Isn’t that the reason we travel/cruise?
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... pot who were nearby) and a cache hidden in a book at the Fremont library.
We felt we had an idea of the place (which some local artists claim is the centre of the universe), and had identified some critical infrastructure. Pubs and a laundromat. :-)
We only had one minor crisis - when we headed back to our room to pick up our dirty clothes, we realised we'd locked ourselves out. The front door is easy - a combination lock based on Robyn's phone number, ...
We woke up, had some tea and then went down to breakfast. I had pancakes and bacon. Grandma had two eggs, hash browns, bacon and toast. After breakfast we got on the school bus and drove to the locks. When we got to the locks a lady told us about the locks and then she gave us a little private tour. After the tour we hade thirty minutes to walk around and do what we want. Grandma ...