Redmond Marriott Town Center
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... boundless energy and inability to sit still for long periods of time. Fortunately, he is batter at being patient than I had thought. Additionally, he was engrossed in a series of books that were able to hold his attention for hours on end.
Alex’s motion sickness the first day out was a grave concern. I had fretted over this aspect of Alex in the year leading up to the trip: he has gotten car sick numerous times over the years. We purchased an ...
... We said our farewells, invited everyone to visit us in Redmond, and set out. Our first combined stop was for Kay and Sean to drop Alex and I off at the airport, but we would all partake in the pancake breakfast being served there as a part of the Airport Fly-In and Open House.
As we walked up the road to the airport, I could see a small crowd around the Long-EZ, something that is not at all uncommon. As I braced myself for ...
... to remember where I put everything.
I didn’t weigh the gear, but it should actually be less than the 2014 Flyabout – I am using smaller and lighter gear in several cases. It just seems that it doesn’t all fit. After a few days, I am sure I will figure out better ways to pack it all.
I have a lot less trepidation about this Flyabout than I did with Sean three years ago – I know I can deal with a ...
... considerably when the boys in question are polite, kind, and remarkably non-violent (at least given the boys I used to know).
All three are involved in various sports throughout the year, right now this means Little League. I missed Kane and Skye's last games, but got to go to Aidan's game on Sunday, well, until the third inning when my allergies decided that I should go home. (He ...
... vendors advertising the best dogs in town that weren't complete unless they were smothered in sauerkraut. Not sure what the rules are on scalpers here but they were a plenty outside the main gates offering seats over the dugouts. These was no hiding the business that was being conducted as large clumps of men stood in groups waving tickets in the air. I bought the cheapest ticket at the gate which had me sitting in the bleachers on centre field. Lucky for me the ground was half full and ...