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... most unique
place - The Museum of Glass. WOW what an interesting place. We watched from a
viewing area as teams of young people competed at making glass art in the “Hot
Shop”. After watching awhile we walked through the museum area looking at all
sorts of glass art. Jim was really busy snapping pictures all over the place.
There was a walkway outside over an interstate highway that had more pieces
lining a covered area as well as ...
... car lovers I will just let a few picture do the talking
Every six months each vehicle has its oil changed, has a service and is driven around a track to keep it in working order. A team of eight mechanics are employed on a full time basis. Restoration of vehicles goes on today. It is a most impressive display and if you get to Seattle do yourself a favour and go have a look. You won't ...
... The evening was very pleasant and we enjoyed ourselves. Debbie Bacon was playing piano all night but we really did not pay a lot of attention to her, she was good, at least I enjoyed the music she chose. John and I did not bother going to the Formal Ball we went straight to our cabin because I had a rather bad headache, not surprising as I had 4 champagnes and a glass of red wine. A good night but I am glad we will be going ashore ...
... on a bus tour so that all we need to do was get our baggage and go thru customs and voila we were in Canada. Our bus driver Pete was very informative , highlighting sights and things unique to Canadians ( they like to say eh at the end of each sentence) along the way. Bucthart gardens are wonderful , it was a cement mine first before being transformed into wonderful and sumptuous feast ...
... decades back. The main attraction in the 50s and 60s was chicken racing and there are photos of races and of team shirts (for the owners, not the chickens). My favourite pastime though was the annual round rock competition which anyone could enter. What you did was to search on the beach for the roundest rock you could find and hand it in at one of several local shops ...