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... remind me of my climb in the mid 1990's on the first of January. I brought a group of Denali Rangers here to train with the Mt Rainier Rangers that culminated in a summit bid of the mountain. We were the first expedition to summit the mountain that year.
We drop off the Needle and meet the group back on Forth St. for the Seafarer's Parade. A few hours of parade and we hit a few bars for drinks. Carolyn and I find an ...
... again WOW.
Got the Monorail through the EMP museum to the downtown area where. We went to a bar and had a few beers and they had a trivia quiz where they,like England cheat and don't spend money
Light rail home and straight to sleep
Tuesday 27th May 2014
last day in Renton today and up early as usual so had early breakfast much quieter than the last couple of days as some of the Memorial Day holiday guests must have checked out got the shuttle ...
... getting through. The Hardrock Cafe was right across the street and I knew it would be a loud night for sure.
My room in the hostel welcomed me with a disgusting smell of sweaty feet and in general, the place seemed rather like a hippie festival than anything else. While checking in I had already been informed that pot was legal in the state of Washington. Maybe that explained the crowd right in front of the hostel?
I fled that festival place ...
... well. The interesting part about Ed's is that they serve a variety of exotic game burgers all night long. You can get everything from reindeer to alligator. This of course capped off our night.
The next day we met up with our friend Jackson who took us around another part of seattle, where we got to check out famous Dick's burgers and fries, a comic book store, bruce lee's grave, and a beautiful park where we got to watch a medieval battle troop ...
... crowds, a gospel quartet (and a line down the block) in front of the original Starbucks, and an Aussie honking away on a dirigidoo on the corner. Just passed a guy wearing cut-offs and a snake. I'm wearing blue nail polish and think I still probably look like a Baptist preacher's wife in this crowd. In search of more green-space and air, we drove out to Chittenden Locks to see the fish ladder.I will spare you the imaginative ...