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... our progress. For others such as Kay and Sean who just wanted to know where we were and how we were doing, the ability to check in on us provided real peace of mind.
One of the interesting conversations I had with Alex was when I explained the difference between flying the country today versus 30 years ago. Today, all the information is at my fingertips in the cockpit. Back when I first started flying, to get the weather for a flight, I would call a toll free ...
... factory was working with limited staff. The building is huge and holds the Guinness record for the worlds largest building, all 98.3 acres of it. We get back to the hotel, catch up on a few things and then head to the Seattle Space Needle. We discover that there is a hippy type folksy festival and the air smelt of a certain weed. We saw the weirdest people. Made for a good day of people watching. We then head ...
... result of everyone's packing fit perfectly.
T - 15 minutes, we held a family meeting. Rule #1, I was head honcho and everyone was to follow my instructions. As the experienced traveler in the family and the one with regular anti-terrorism and survival training (I kid you not) I designated myself team leader (they never actually agreed to the term "head honcho").
The second goal was to get out of town on time. ...
... today, we went with John's cousins, Cynthia and Brad, to the Museum of Flight, right next to one of Boeing plants and their Testing Field Airport.
The greatest part of the visit, apart from the amazing display of "flying machines" from Leonardo da Vinci's model, through the Flying Car (they sold 13 units!) and all the way aircrafts for civil and military purposes, was that John's ...
Sun begins to come up revealing wheat fields of western Washington The train splits apart in Spokane with part going to Portland and part going to Seattle. I am now in the last car. Here's the view of the sunrise from the rear car! Below is a view of our car when we stopped in Wenatchee, WA Very beautiful and interesting ride through Washington this morning. Lots of orchards around Cashmere and Wenatchee. A young boy and his dad across the aisle are passing by their family ...