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... tallest waterfall in the US. It was tall and pretty, it did not have much girth so it produced lots of mist. We continued on to the Oneota Gorge. At first it looks like a small creek flowing under the road, upon further investigation we found a beautiful cold and clean gorge. We walked in the water, climbed huge rocks and log jams. There were many visitors. At the end through the chest high water is a waterfall. The area is very majestic. (SB at this point Adam determines that I am a ...
... I felt so sad for her and scrambled at the same time. Suddenly it became necessary to book a hotel room and a flight to Seattle. So any time for integration and strengthening
was gone. I do understand the expectations and needs of others, and I look
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Today started with a city tour of Seattle. We were both glad that we did this early in our stay here. Got a great introduction to the city. Toured by places like, Pike Place Market, Mercer Island, Seattle waterfront, Safeco and CenturyLink Fields, Chinatown, I-90 Floating Bridge, Fremont neighborhood, Fisherman's Terminal, Magnolia Bluff neighborhood, with stops in Pioneer Square, the Ballard Locks/salmon ladder, and Kerry Park.
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... Panama Canal. We watched a boat in the locks going to Lake Union which was about 10 feet different in depth. They also have a salmon ladder which is where the fish run upstream and up the ladder to get to the lake to spawn. We then had a good meal at Ray's in Ballard right on the water and headed back to my scotch bar which was jamming on Saturday night. Great Day.
... hospitality and letting me crash with you and eat your food (some more than others! Just the food thing, not the crash and hospitality thing) :) If you're reading this and I didn't see you or stay with you, thanks for reading it anyway and living vicariously through me! It's been a blast!! Also, if you wait about 5 or 6 days I'll be starting an Iceland and New York City blog you can read too..if you want. OK BYE! You guys are the best!