Staybridge Suites Seattle North-Everett
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... night at Buckley's so it was pretty busy, but they found us a booth to watch the game eventually and the food was great. The score wasn't so great but oh well. I nearly forgot, the manager at JCPennys today tried to hit on Will, also a highlight of my day (he was male)!! Soon we will head home and catch up with Mum and Dad, I like to see familiar faces. Hopefully I can catch up with my brothers soon too, I miss them. Until ...
... to keep up the exercise. We came back to the cabin before heading off to the lecture given by Mel Foster. The lecture was on the history of some of the characters who laid claim to Alaksa and the Pacific Northwest Coast. The countries involved were United States, Russia, Great Britain and Japan. The lecture was interesting and slightly amusing, what was good about it was we gained information about some of the places we had been to before such ...
... away, but took a lot longer thanks to a gigantic hill, my bike's faulty chain and my own ankle that is still not quite recovered from earlier this year when I fought a pallet jack and lost. The houses around the lake were what I would call classically American: soft colours, big wooden pannelling and american flags flying out from their porches. Just beautiful. The lake itself was massive, and we found our way onto its bike path to join joggers, walkers, roller ...
... and although its a short distance, it was a treat. It was built in 1962 and is on a concrete overhead track. Seattle has been a treat. It appears to have less "American" people and is a bit more multicultural. Seems to change the city for the better with a bit of character. The challenge for us now is to load all our extra accumulations into our bags ready for our train trip tomorrow across the border to ...
... the way for environmental sustainability in the US. But not a lot of time for tourism today since we have a family BBQ with my aunt and uncle Pat & Will Landon's family. We are happy to see them again enjoying their retirement with their ambitious panoramic photography trips, exhibitions and books. Great to see my cousins too, with their grown up children. Great day.