Redmond Marriott Town Center
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We got to see some amazing sights, from mountain wildfires, the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, to the Great Lakes, Atlantic Ocean, Mount Rushmore, Gateway Arch and Statue of Liberty. We saw endless seas of clouds from above and below, and moving waves of Midwestern grain. We saw great sunrises and sunsets, thunderstorms, and fireflies.
There are some moments that just stick in my mind to show the unbridled joy that only a 10-year old can ...
... would then yell, in a slightly-cracked, high-pitched voice that only a 10-year can do, "CLEAR PROP". With that, I started the engine and we taxied out to take off. As I started my takeoff roll, I momentarily lost my concentration as I suddenly realized that it was being watched by Burt Rutan, the plane's designer and an engineer who I admired, so I had better make it a good one. Talk about pressure!
As we climbed out, I kept an eye ...
still plenty of giddy children enjoying the sunshine and superjets. We ate our
market fresh sandwiches and ventured in. The fountain was indeed magical: as
the first drops of water touched our skin we were transformed into our child
selves, screaming and cavorting through the water with arms outstretched and
mouths open. I’m not sure how long we frolicked, but finally we calmed down and
took our subdued soaking bodies back to the sunny ...
... time on this trip to relax and read, so perhaps I will actually be able to get through some of the travel books I targeted on the trip with Sean. I spent a lot of time writing my blog and editing photos, and they have brought immeasurable joy, but I just don't want to stay up an extra hour each evening pulling it together.
Unlike the my Flyabout with Sean, I won't be taking a shakedown ...
... why. Although the views weren't spectacular, you could still see a fair distance, and it was of course completely free.
After the tour, we went back to the harbour to Ivar's Salmon House for lunch. Not that we've been missing English food already, but I suppose it couldn't get more traditional: Fish and Chips! It even said Chips on the menu, rather than fries, so maybe our lingo is catching on over here?
A brief walk ...