Valu Inn Sea Tac
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the idea per year and a half ago was to complete the Nexus Anyone to try to go the telephone program electronics organization forward. It evidently does. It had been so successful, we didnt need to do an additional one. We would see that as positive but people criticized us seriously for that. I called-up the board and said: Okay, it worked. Congrats were stopping. We like that flexibility, ...
... wonderful hosts. They have really made us feel at home! Today we were preparing our rigs for the big trip down the coast of OR and CA. We're loaded up with provisions and hope we can pull up the driveway by 8:30. When I say up I mean it! The driveway is about 50 feet long with a two story rise. We're all keeping our fingers crossed!!! I almost forgot to mention that every night we have had awesome sunsets. Take a look at the pictures and I will check in in a couple of ...
... don't really sign up to petitions ether but the swaying factor was this ..... if I signed up to it I got a free chocolate waffle! It was a no brainer!
After some wandering around I go back to my hotel and catch my shuttle for the airport to endure the 7 hour ish flight onto Seattle. I was lucky this time and got an aisle seat with a spare one next to me, result! (simple things huh!)
Once I got to Seattle, unsure of the time or date,I managed ...
... store that had the Wheedle on the needle in the window and Thom had to go in to buy it, the shop owner was a lovely man who was literally the man version of the nanny - Loud, and Jewish and Loud Jewish. After 15 seconds he picked us as Kiwis - I'm still coming to grips with the fact we must sound like Shortland Street. We then went to have a beer at this gorgeous three tiered restaurant and by the time we emerged into the sunlight blinking like ...
... balls in the bin or flip bread tags) on things I wanted to do and if that was sit in coffee shops reading sometimes so be it!
I had bit of a mishap crossing the border aswell (something I was already soo scared of) cause my passport hadn't been stamped by customs getting on my train. Soo scary. Rather than reassuring a panic eyed 18 year old the guy who was sorting the problem kept saying "If we don't have track of you, you're illegally in this country ...
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