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... develop. Lots of competition here to 'outbest' the last 'project' ... So look for new marvels in the future. Ship sails at midnight ...on to Oman ( I think) tomorrow. It feels really strange to be so near these countries that I've only read about -- Iran,Iraq,Yemen ..etc... Posting this at the Mall of the Emirates...thought that appropriate. Ps...forgot to include the pic of mall ski hill ...will add it next time I'm in that ...
Eventually we got to Seattle, and spent a few hours in the International District here. Japanese copy of Naruto, acquired!
We had some delicious Tonkatsu (Pork) ramen, not that I could finish it all. I seem to have issues eating before flights, not that I feel like I'm particularly anxious or over thinking it.
I could have spent another small fortune in Kinokuniya, but thankfully I managed to remind myself that I do actually have to ...
... Coast (noticeably higher than in the North West).
On this trip, maintenance was a non-event (not a single problem throughout all that time), but this contrasts with the storms, rain, low visibility and lower ceilings that we encountered on the trip. I was very glad that the plane is IFR-equipped and that I have maintained my instrument currency. Interestingly enough, weather only impacted us slightly on the ground: about 3 hours of rain in Wisconsin, and one rainy ...
... local flying scholarship. Interestingly, it was the best burger of the trip, of which I ate far too many (I would conservatively estimate I consumed more than 20 in the last two weeks).
Eventually, it came time for Alex and I to bring the Flyabout to a close - we got into the Long-EZ for our last leg on the trip home.
Part of our routine has always been that once I am ready to start the engine, I tell him "do your thing", ...
... which is directly across from the famous Pike Street Markets, right in the middle of downtown. By the time we checked in it was around 6pm and still ridiculously light out, so I sampled the local Pho stand, and we took a nice stroll through the closing market place and down to the Seattle waterfront.
There are so many things the waterfront has to offer: the giant ferris wheel that looks like the London Eye, shops with an amazing amount of Big Foot and Sasquatch ...