Travel Blogs from Fife
... there are very few houses and people along some of this drive. The roads in wheat country look like North Dakota, straight as an arrow.
... Safeco field showed itself around the bend. We stopped in to Pyramid brewery for a pre-game beer and then headed on in. Stadium was definitely pretty nice, had some fun things to do and a few mini museums (Mariners hall of fame and Pacific Coast League Exhibit) I also learned that Randy Johnson was born in Walnut Creek...how did I not know this extremely important piece of information? :)
Like all respectable adults we took up the ...
... known as the home of Snoqualmie Falls cascading 268 feet over granite cliffs. It's more than 100 feet higher than Niagara Falls.
Woodmans is the place to go for a good steak, right next to the railway station. Old and charming with a lot of atmosphere. The local brewery makes a fresh tasting summer beer, like a good "Pils".
Woodinville, Chateau St. Michelle
Troy, you would have enjoyed ...
... at all, clear blue skies and about 14c at midday. We sailed around Glacier Bay for the next 9 hours giving us plenty of time to take in the most amazing views. About 200 years ago, the entire area of Glacier Bay was once covered in ice, since then the glaciers have retreated nearly 60 miles. Only in the last few decades has the glaciers started to grow again. We sailed up to within a few hundred metres of both the Grand Pacific and the Margerie Glaciers. We could see ...
... style pickles. The rolled beef was okay and I nibbled at the other items. All in all, this Japanese selection wasn’t as tasty as some of the others I’ve had while flying to Tokyo.
The two-course dessert service began with an international cheese selections, crackers, and grapes. Next was my favorite: the sundae cart. I had caramel and hot fudge atop my vanilla ice cream.
Meal service completed at 6:55, 2 hours 37 minutes into ...