SeaTac Crest Motor Inn
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... to security and to our gate. We walked around, got coffee, changed seating areas frequently just to get up and move. Finally, flight time. We slept a little on the 3½ hour flight but not comfortably.
Arriving in Dallas about 5:30am we tried to find an American agent that could confirm we had seats and issue boarding passes. No one was willing to help us. Guess what --- we won't be flying American again. We ...
We woke up at the Dinmore's Hiker Haven to learn that we had pitched our tent directly next to the one and only Coppertone! We hadn't seen him since Walker Pass. The odds of running into this guy again only to end up camped out on his stoop is so high the fact it happened just marvels me. After that, ...
... and trails were built by Civilian Conservation Corps during the depression.
Across the river is one of the most visited public sculptures in Washington, Grandfather Cuts Loose the Ponies. This line of bronze wild horses was done by David Govedare, whose work we will see again on our walk in Spokane.
My next stop was the small town of Soap Lake, on the scenic highway ...
... t started my anti-malaria regimen which includes high doses of gin and tonic. Tonic water has quinine, which can help prevent contracting malaria. I need to drink only gin and tonics during this trip, nothing else because everybody knows, you can't drink tonic water without gin.
Freak-out #4- I have 22 movies in my queue and only a 14 hour flight! Apparently Therese won't be working on this flight, she has too many movies to watch.
... couple of the Canadians. It was situated at the bottom of the Space Needle and was apparently a yearly thing on Memorial weekend, I realise I forgot to mention this, it was memorial weekend, an American holiday to remember their military casualties, while at St Helens and in Seattle. It like most public holidays was used to party, although apparently there are marches and stuff in remembrance.
The Folk festival was really cool, it was many markets then stages ...