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... we didnt have to do an additional one. We'd view that as good but people criticized us seriously for that. We called up the table and said: Okay, it worked. Congrats were halting. We like that flexibility, we assume that flexibility is characteristic of nimbleness at our size.
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... away we went. It was so fun just to paddle awhile and then be a cork and just bob around. It is definitely something I want to do again. Monday was a trip into South Center for a visit to the Apple store, lunch and a stop for provisions. Tuesday we had a mini reunion. Got to see cousins that I hadn't seen in years. We had a great BBQ followed by an evening of visiting. We even had pictures up of family who have gone on before us. I can't thank Nancy and Bill enough ...
... we synchronise pretty well. Im in charge of the steering which is all going well until we try to paddle under a pier and go head on with it instead!
Mnt. Rainier starts to glow as the sun sets behind us and I take in a big sigh of breath as it hits me that Im actually there. Were on the water for at least a couple of hours and by the time we get back to the hotel its close to midnight. An EXTREMELY busy day but in love with Seattle and optimistic about the next few weeks.
... in Pike Place. Now we weren't up that early - it was 9.30ish and the place was DEAD, so we wandered underneath the market into these bizarre underground curios. Thom feel in love with this comic book store and wanted to buy everything in sight. Everything down here seemed to cost 25c and we bought up coins and could look at the "Actual Shoe of the Tallest Man Ever" and to get our fortune card from a creepy animatronic gypsy women. We walked past ...
... toward Chinatowns but travelling gave me a bad habit of being like "Oo i have to do this cause everyone else says it's important and I'd be missing out on culture if I didn't". Which was abit like what I did in Montreal as even though i found the architecture beautiful and amazing I tried too hard ticking off all the "must-do's". So in the States I wanted to spend my hard earned money (50% making burgers 50% messing around with friends on the job trying to ...
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