Residence Inn Seattle East/Redmond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bracelet as a means to temper the symptoms (he was wearing it when he got sick), and I was careful to have him put away books or video games in the slightest turbulence. As the trip progressed, I noticed that he was definitely building up a tolerance to turbulence – the 3-hour leg back through the Rockies on Day 13 was as bad and long as what had gotten him ill on Day 1.
Alex surprised me when he asked to take the controls on almost every leg. He would only ...
... stream of questions about why the plane parks on its nose, which end is which, etc., I suddenly realized that I recognized one of the people standing next to the plane, looking at it: Burt Rutan, the man who designed the Long-EZ!!!
Over the next two hours, I got to visit with Burt and his wife Tanya. he talked a lot about his current airplane project, which is a cross between a motor glider, a floatplane, a skiplane, and just ...
... old boy, I know I can overcome some tricky maintenance issues in the middle of nowhere, and I have confidence in the plane. But there is always that little voice that whispers "Be afraid of what you don’t know…"
It doesn’t help that the news headlines today featured a father and son losing their lives in a plane crash in American Samoa as they attempted to fly around the world as part of their own adventure. ...
... Don and Natascha have just moved into a new home (their old one was being sold out from under them) and have a back yard big enough for a regulation soccer game. The three kids -- and the three dogs -- are lovin' it, as you can imagine.
Too much going on to take any photos, but I did get a shot of this Washington native on my way out on Monday morning...
... pretty much free to walk where I wanted. A hot dog and a plastic cup of beer big enough to swim in sufficed for dinner. Seattle lost to the Astros 2-7 and I walked back in the rain to the car park, happy that I had negotiated my first day alone in Seattle only to find the private car park where Maya's dad's car was parked was closed. A taxi home with Maya's parents driving me back downtown to the car park the next day left me slightly red faced. Ever wondered what the worlds ...