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Today we left our Tacoma hotel (with the gorgeous view of Mt. Ranier) and headed on to it's big sister , The Emerald City, Seattle. The city and the port are huge, it reminded us of very much so of San Francisco with its skyscrapers and steep hilled roads. It took some time, but eventually we found a parking garage that wasn’t …
Today we left the wonderful and very weird Portland to head to our next stop, Tacoma. Before venturing out of Beaverton/Portland we decided to get our magnet, unfortunately between Fred Meyer, K-Mart and some car wash/bakery/gift shop thing we were unable to find one! Oh well guess it'll have to wait until we swing back by. We …
We were picked up by Cheryl and her friend, Sara, who drove us to Eatonville for the Northwest Trek Volkswalk. We entered this 725 acre wildlife park, which is home to more than 200 animals, for a 10 km walk. We passed the new zip line and ropes course (it looked more like an obstacle course to me) and on to the Sweeteater Springs trail. The trail …
Today we walked a 10 km volkswalk from Freight House Square In Tacoma. The Square is a 100 year old landmark terminus which was used for the Milwaukie Railroad. We walked with Cheryl Rafferty, Debbie Heller and her Mom, Bettie Heller. We were also joined by their dogs, Zoe and Bocce. The walk went by the new LeMay Car Museum, Tacoma Art Museum, …
We drove to Des Moines for a 10 km volkswalk that took us through neighborhoods, past Landmark on the Sound (a Masonic Home from 1926) and along Des Moines Beach Park. The weather was in the 70's. We drove back to Tacoma through Redondo Beach. We then went to Spar Coffee for some refreshments. Pacific Grill for happy hour. The temperature is in the 80's this afternoon.
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