Residence Inn Seattle East/Redmond
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> - Alex finding the small group of kids his own age at Oshkosh, and then the game of tag that then went on for the next 3 hours
- Listening to Alex sing at the top of his lungs to a song while we were in flight
- Alex making new friends, and realizing that he has a lot in common with them
Even though the sights were incredible, it was the people we encountered that form the strongest memories. We met up with old friends of mine that I have known for ...
... the van with Kay, Sean and Cocoa, but I never spotted them.
I contacted Boise Radio, the Flight Service organization that keeps track of planes and their flight plans, as well as providing us weather information. When I told them that I had just left Sandpoint, they asked if I had seen a particular Mooney at the field. Knowing that Alex had a bit of a Mooney fixation throughout the trip (whenever he would see one of their ...
... dry. The next few
hours we just spent in a state of total contentment. I sat for a solid hour in
the sun just looking at the fountain, or laying back and looking at the sky. It
was all very peaceful, and I felt like a regular old lady, sitting and staring
at the view and thinking of nothing. The only thing that made us leave that
happy little bubble was the promise of a free dinner back at the hostel. So as
5 o’clock came and went (it stays ...
... I have a much better understanding of the plane, equipment, and traveling with a 10-year old. The closest to a shakedown will be camping at the Arlington Airshow two weeks prior, where i will practice packing all the gear for the trip with Alex to make sure it fits.
I hope that we are able to drop in on friends, make new ones along the way, and see unusual places off the beaten path.
... bay followed. There's something really charming about the way the whole area around the harbour and market seems to have progressed and advanced over time but without losing the historical feel to it. Even the giant Ferris wheel on the end of the pier behind the Miner's Landing, which looked an awful lot like the London Eye, didn't look out of place.
We walked along the seafront for a while, and followed the roads around to the ...