Holiday Inn Express Bothell-Canyon Park (I-405)
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... gate. We finally left, departing a half hour late. It was a 10 1/2 hour flight to Seattle but the flight wasn't full so we could stretch out more. We were so glad to touch down in Seattle and get through customs easily. It was so good to be home in my own bed! ...
... entire run to ourselves and apart from another EWT bus there was barely anyone else on the slopes. Best effort of the day has to go to Harrison Vidler who managed to see his skis fly in separate directions along with stocks and I'm sure I saw something else fly elsewhere as well. The lesson on turning was obviously missed today. Still had a grin from ear to ear at the end ...
... me to be here. December 30th did not sound like long away and it really wasn't.
In the meantime I had started nannying with a family I knew through my past camp work and was thrilled to spend time with their two amazing kids. I also got a job at REI as a cashier and was blown away by how much I enjoyed my time there as well. After years of hearing my friends discuss the miseries of retail I thought I would hate customer service. ...
... level of 92%. Starbucks, Boeing and Nordstrom are just a few of the well known business that began here.
Sally drove us to the houseboat villages, where we discovered adorable floating homes. They looked more like actual houses than like boats, The "streets" were long piers with "homes" docked on either side. Some were even gated communities.
We went to Ballard Locks to watch the boats pass through and to see the salmon swim up ...
Our flight from ATL to SEA left on time and was pretty uneventful except for some minor turbulence. There were some pretty spectacular views on the way here, first we saw the Rocky Mountains...we'll more like the foothills of the Rockies but they were still breathtaking and speckled with snow. About twenty minutes before we landed in Seattle we saw the amazing Mount Rainier. At first ...