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Today Mike was up at 0630 to go to his twice a week Tennis match, and he arrived back home about 0930. We were up and about 0700 showered, breakfast, and a fair bit of chatting, I did my diary, then when Mike got home, we discussed where today may take us, and it was a unanimous decision to go and see the largest building in the world, the Boeing Aircraft Plant, only 1 hour from where we are staying at, along highway 5 turn off to the right, and there it all starts, miles and ...
... two days later, on a Monday). Whew!
This trip we will be taking money and medical supplies for an animal
welfare organization run by a friend of mine, Karen Menczer called Animal Kind International. Check out their work! (Add them to your donation list!)
... place to go would be the Seattle Public Market - home of the first Starbucks. We walked around the market, seeing the famous fish shop. The shop workers have a routine of shouting like sailors then throwing fish from one, to the other and then gutting it before it was wrapped. Seemed odd but we had been up for a long time...so we walked on. On our travel see stopped at one of the thousands of Starbucks Seattle has to offer. From here ...