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... Crab Pot. The food was awesome and it gave us some time to figure out what we wanted to do next. We ended up jumping on the trolly cars and taking a swing around the city and stopped in Pioneer Square where we bought tickets to the Seattle Underground Tour. On the tour they gave us a lot of history and as it turns out the city and it's politicians have a very shady past. Besides the fact that the city officials built ...
... in the TV show, "Northern Exposure." We saw the Roslyn Cafe (with its iconic mural on the side) and The Brick (the local watering hole which played such a prominent role in the show).
Virginia informed me that The Brick is the oldest, continually operating saloon in the state of Washington. One of its features is the spittoon -- complete with running water -- that runs along the base of the long bar. It seems that every year, the ...
... Matt Hagen and Daniel Kuhlmann. They told jokes and made everyone in the aid station laugh (except for the grumpiest runners and nothing could change their attitude). I have thought about them repeatedly since and was sure to give a laugh or two and a bunch of smiles at Kachess aid station when I went through there this year. I believed at that time that the negatives outweighed the positives and I decided then and there that I would never run a ...
... while we packed. This conversation….
Marc: Do you or Grant need a pair of size 12 boots for the trip?
Me: Wow. That’s Grant’s size and he needs boots so Yes, Thank You.
… incited laughter from Pam, Marc, and Anne when they brought it up later. It was a joke on me that to this day I do not get.
We roused the kids and stepped outside into small courtyard of the hotel, decorated and lit up for Christmas. ...
... just about every person I was hanging with actually worked at the ski resort, most of them were instructors. I was invited by them to go to a staff party happening over at East. Of course, I said yes. I headed over there with a guy named Jamie. Jamie is an awesome guy so we made plans to snowboard the next day together (essentially giving me a free private lesson YAY).