Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Vancouver Portland North
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Before leaving Seattle we decide to tour around the city and take it all in. Unfortunately there is a highway closure making all the city streets busy and so after a brief tour we head back on the highway. Before we hit the highway, we do see this interesting little end of street park and small houseboat community.
... haircut. Dirty, smelly, Jerry Seinfeld sneakers surrounded by hipsters and their great shoes. But I had a beer in my hand and my money's as green as the next guy's. As it turned out, it was a great experience and I had a very pleasant and chatty barber who gave me a great haircut. A crisp side-part. I need a place like this back home. My current barber looks like she's been dragged from King Tut's tomb, reeks of cigarettes, and sounds like Keith Richards: "So I told ...
... also a crazy man in pink fishnet who danced around—better performance through chemistry, I guess. ☺
Across the street was another market. When we got there we realized it was not crafts, but a flea market with all the junky stuff you can find there.
Overall, we loved the Farmer’s Market, but weren’t impressed by the Craft Market—too many people crowded into a small space.
I like to be on my feet. I would pretty much always rather get out of the car and be walking.
I've started a program this fall to learn to be a volunteer Nature Guide for school groups at our local State Nature Area. It's great at getting me out of the house... and once I'm out, ...
... called George Washington. Laura was incredibly excited to pass through Winlock, the egg capital of the world with the world's largest egg (which Laura managed to get a photo of) and an annual chicken festival. When lunch time came, we headed down to the dining cart and were seated with an older brother and sister pair, who introduced themselves as Danielle and Darren. They were really friendly, and stopping off in Sacramento to catch another train to meet Danielle's partner, Sue, ...