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Travel Blogs from Seattle
... sketchy bus trip through downtown Seattle to hipster Fremont (“The Centre of the Universe”). I like to skip over those parts. Skip forward to where I'm enjoying a bowl of steaming hot local mussels and clams washed down with wine from a nearby vineyard. Reading The Stranger. Rain pouring down outside. Ahhhh… That’s better.
About that rain. It’s part of the reason Seattle gets its main nickname – “The Emerald ...
EeHi! I finally have a place to sit, drink coffee and write. The last I wrote I was just heading out to duluth Minnesota to camp. I have slept in many interesting places since then, but instead of going back and trying to recall the events specific to each day of travel and exactly where I was I am going to sum up the whole journey down US2 in one entry, here. I have created a few blank entries, just to set pins on the map, because I think that is a rather cool feature of this ...
... located just west of Seattle houses the Islandwood School--my sustainability destination for this stop on the tour. The Islandwood School delivers the 4 days of required outdoor education (Washington State Law) for public school students. As is the case in many urban school districts, the majority of Seattle Public Schools do not have the budget for the required hours and for years schools had ...
... see the action. When someone orders a fish, the guy at the front yells out the name of the fish, all the other blokes yell it out too and he throws the fish to the guy at the counter who catches and wraps it. It was great to watch and I think the workers enjoyed their job too!
We were going to do the Underground tour of Seattle on Bruce's recommendation but got there just before 4 and would have had ...
... including Vienna. After telling him about the annoying police actions against bike riders in Vienna, he shared a story of a friend who was stopped and got 21 (!!!) violations on his bike. It was a track bike, not at all equipped for street travel (no reflectors, no sound, no nothing...). But I mean,.. seriously? Why do you need 6 reflectors on your bike as well as front and tail light if you are travelling in bright sun light? ...
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