Hilton Garden Inn Seattle North / Everett
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One problem is deciding how to best use dictation to enter in this blog. I think it will be difficult to do the spelling correction. But I am going to try quite hard to make it work. I am going to see how many words I can dictate before the screen fills up. It looks like there is an upper limit and I am going to see how much that is. I may have to dictate over and over and over and over. But I think I can figure this out. We will see how it works. Corrections will be more ...
... we went to a nice restaurant
called Bitterroot BBQ and has some drinks to finish off a great two weeks in Seattle.
Fri 20– Onto Vancouver on a long bus journey. Getting the Greyhound
bus is an interesting experience it really is a mixed bunch of people! You
never really get to see much on the road as it is just the highway. But a good
time to write the blog!
... my skill. Gus and Caroline had come to visit us and Gus immediately volunteered to work on the project with me. He probably noticed my hesitation in some of the more precise tasks of squaring corners, leveling boards and began to make suggestions. I would try sometimes with success other times with failure. With patience Gus would take over the more delicate aspects and I marveled at how quickly everything would fall to place with a very pleasing result.
... Unfortunately, we ended up sitting next to a 7 month old baby that was NOT a happy camper--he screamed for a solid hour, and quite a bit of the flight time as well (which was 4 1/2 hours). We were both exhausted by the time we got back to Houston.
It was a great trip and I'm ready to go back to escape this oppressive heat we've got going on ...
I needed to paddle my canoe.
After driving from Seattle to Skamokawa, I spent my first night looking around town.
In the mid and late 1800's there were no roads here. All movement was up and down the river on flatboats, steam boats. Regular runs were scheduled up and down the Columbia between Portland and Astoria, Oregon. These steamers delivered tools and supplies ...