Hawthorn Suites Seattle/Kent
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... much needed down time. Seb had a mini-hard drive with some movies
on it, so we hooked it up to the TV and did our first bit of honest couch
potatoing since leaving home. We continued this luxury by catching a bus back
to the Seattle Centre, where the Roller Derby was taking place.
The Sikhs were still by the fountain, not only tying turbans
but also distributing pizza and some kind of sweet cakey dessert balls. My
mouth watered, but we walked ...
... green blanketing the rolling hills with the occasional field of brilliant yellow full-bloom canola.
Snoqualmie Pass had a totally different look than when we crossed it over 2 months ago in the opposite direction. Still snow on the caps of some of the mountains but lots of lush green where snowed would've covered and today, lovely sunshine rather than the snow.
As we get so close to home, there's ...
Up early for the tour of the Boeing Factory.
Another beautiful day in Seattle, apparently a little unusual for Seattle... So we got so lucky.
We could see all the mountains around with snow/glaciers. So exciting. Nev reckons we will see a lot more mountains with snow in Canada!(what a spoil sport). I am sure he is correct.....
The Boeing Factory was amazing, we saw 5, B747's being built, freighter aircraft now.(side by side). ...
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