Holiday Inn Seattle - Issaquah
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... eat. I had yogurt with fruit and granola, Larry had a blueberry muffin and Derek had a cranberry scone. Then we went to gate A5 and waited for our Southwest flight to Oakland to be called. We got on with the B boarding group and got seats together behind the wing, Derek on the window, Larry in the middle and myself on the aisle. We got off on time. During the flight we had free Wifi. I watched Delicious Destinations a ...
... hoping to get some rest on the flight so that I will be ready to hit the ground and have some fun this weekend, The time difference is 14 hours so I'm sure it will take me some time to adjust.
I would like to thank you all for the support and encouragement that I have received since I started this process over a year ago.
Keep the prayers coming.
So San Fran won the other night, we made some friends and got totally smashed. Lol. Spent Thursday recovering, Friday went to the waterfront/giant wheel and came home plan was to go out for Halloween but didn't make it. Kim might have gotten sick from our mid week party lol. So we tidy'd our little room in Seattle tomorrow and head down to Portland on Monday. We are hiring a car, so driving on the opposite side of the car and road will be ...
At Fox Gloves located in Capitol Hill it was very comfortable , our room was located in the loft complete with a queen size bed and en suite. When we went down for breakfast we were amazed with the assortment of food. There was fruit , croissants , cakes eggs etc , no reason for going hungry. We walked to the city centre to meet our bus for the Boeing tour at the Grand Hyatt. Our timing was close as we only had about 2 minutes to spare before the bus arrived. The Boeing ...
... There, we also watched salmon making the same trek from the sound to the lake. No locks for them, but they do have the help of a 21 step ladder and a tunnel. Another day we headed to Snoqualmie to visit the Falls, and on the way found a u-pick your own, blueberry farm. Eight and a half pounds of blueberries is a Lot of blueberries. Then on a walk we discovered a seemingly endless supply of, free for ...