Holiday Inn Seattle - Issaquah
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... 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 ...
... lace-up leather boots, and they were looking a little
worse for wear after weeks on the move. Watching this man shine Seb’s shoes was
one of the nicest experiences. He took extreme pride in his work, and it was
amazing to watch such an old custom with all of the different tools and
polishes used throughout. What was even nicer for me was that it brought back
some almost forgotten childhood memories: shining my Dad’s work shoes in our
laundry with an ...
... and then talked to Jordan and Kirsty for a bit and then pretty much went straight to bed. I was pretty wiped. This morning Kirsty and I talked shop, rearranged my bedroom a bit (they hadn't completely unpacked it yet) and then talked wedding (yay!!!) and just caught up a bit which was really nice. Now I think Jordan just got home, so I'll just upload pictures and wrap up. I'll update again soon :)
then continued on, got to the border, got through, past the grumpy
agents, then back on the bus. Finally arrived and headed for the
Near the needle was the monorail, got a ticket and
caught this to the westlake shops, got off and went down to street
level. Once on the street level, walked a few blocks to the hostel –
the green tortise, across the road from pike place markets. Checked
... a little freezing.
I've said my goodbyes, bought my thermals (inning all my late birthday presents/early Christmas presents in the process) and made the arrangements to meet up. I wisely left most of the purchasing of the tickets to my father.
Seeing as I will be away for the festivities this year, it was decided to move Christmas up a month. We put up all the decorations before I went and we had our Christmas dinner. It was nice to ...