Econo Lodge Federal Way
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... the team the whole game and took it to another level in the 4th when it was time to cheer home the team to a memorable victory! But more on that later!
Seattle is probably known to be a bit 'hippy', which is probably a fair call! It had a bit of an inner western Sydney vibe which was cool as well! :) but on a bigger scale! :)
I wanna skip forward to a few minutes at half time and my brush ...
... Gadget Guy, found a small dog dryer at Amazon and of course purchased it. It is a pretty powerful hair dryer and gets them dryer than a towel would. So Gadget Guy strikes again and this time with something that even I can see the need for!
Will let you know when we hit our next destination and probably take a few pictures so you can see something along with the ...
... to Chinatown we happened upon the King street railroad station. of course Ken had to go and see the trains and was I pleased that that he did. It is an absolutely beautiful station that was built in 1902-1904 and restoration was completed in 2013. I can't include any photos of it in this blog as I haven't yet worked out how to get pictures from my camera to my ipad so my photos will be limited you may be pleased to hear.
Chris and Larry have been with us but left today. We did Seattle sight seeing since they hadn't been here before. And they met all of my family for the first time. We hated to say good bye but they had more of the PNW to see. The day we arrived was my 71st birthday. Jan and Shelby hosted a party for me on a beautiful sunny evening in Edmonds. All my family, sisters and husbands, and my niece were able to be there. And according to Jan a beautiful sunset over Puget Sound was ...
... mixed with perhaps the most liberal city in the United States equals one crazy evening. The club we ended up at was absolutely the gayest place I’d ever seen, and the image of us internationals (who’d literally just met, remember) stood in the middle of the dancefloor surrounded by about 200 topless, gyrating men will forever be burned into my memory, unfortunately. I feel it was very important that I included the word ...