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... aid the completion. Sadly he was wrong !
Friday am saw me re packed with all clean clothes and ready to board my Amtrak train for the overnight trip to San Francisco. Ian kindly saw me off to the station after a coffee of course. Coffee and Starbucks is big business out here so I saw the corporate head quarters and the first shop. Mind I'm still not over their take over bid for the cafe in ...
... has been blowing glass and making glass sculptures since the 1960's and is almost single handedly responsible for the growth and popularity of the decorative glass industry in the Pacific northwest.
His glass sculptures are displayed in several cleverly lit and darkened rooms and are absolutely stunning - they are vast, colourful and full of energy - it's hard to imagine the hours of work and effort that have gone into creating them. Outside are ...
... their names were Mike and Larry and they lived in Vancouver BC, Canada. They worked for Canadian airlines as baggage checkers and had gotten a free ticket down here. We quickly became friends, also decided that because of the danger factor maybe it was better that we stick together. We were in awe of the beautiful people here, absolutely gorgeous. I had never really heard Portuguese spoken, the way the Brazilians speak it was so beautiful.
The Canadians and I ...
... to meet up with the Michigan lads, however they were a little held up so I went and explored Pike Market, it was a cool little market with things from Fresh Fish to Collectables, such as Life Magazines from the 40’s which were pretty cool. There was a lot of artwork to look at and I thought if you had an Apartment in Seattle, here would definitely be the place to go to decorate it. After having a wonder round the 3 floors! Of market, I got some lunch and then met up ...
After an arduous day of winetasting, Paul dropped me (and Ann and Mike) at the airport. My flight to Seattle was ontime. I worked on the flight. Upon arrival, I got the rental car and drove to Gig Harbor. Since I landed at 10pm, there was no traffic on the drive. To sleep ...