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... was cancer...and they award $1,000 scholarships to winners in several categories. It has become a hugely popular program and a wonderful educational tool for the community.
We could go on and on about this great organization...one whose services are provided free of charge, eliminating financial barriers to participation. We hope that you will be moved to donate to The ONE Ride to help fund Gilda's Club Seattle and the people they support every day...along ...
Eventually we got to Seattle, and spent a few hours in the International District here. Japanese copy of Naruto, acquired!
We had some delicious Tonkatsu (Pork) ramen, not that I could finish it all. I seem to have issues eating before flights, not that I feel like I'm particularly anxious or over thinking it.
I could have spent another small fortune in Kinokuniya, but thankfully I managed to remind myself that I do actually have to ...
... street lights, it was the first industrial site to be turned in to a public park (according to my guide book). It's pretty spectacular, and immediately put me in mind of Howl's Moving Castle. It was the perfect place to rest and get a sun tan - or more accurately, sun burn - while sitting atop the park's hill (complete with sun dial) amid kite flyers and other view admirers. It was here that one of my apples actually demonstrated its bowling abilities, by ...
Barney has been patiently watching and waiting to see a bald eagle since the day we started our road trip but despite starring hopefully at every large bird we've walked, driven or cycled past so far, his mission has been unsuccessful. But with less than 200km left to drive on our road trip, finally he saw one at an acceptably close distance that he could actually tell what it was. In fact he can now say he's seen multiple. Who knew we would drive 21,000km across Canada ...
... condiments such as avocado, tomatoes, onions and pickles. Greg had beef with jalapeņos already chopped and mixed in with the meat. Mine had mushrooms already mixed in. For breakfast, Tina made us omelets with the leftover guacamole, salsa and cheese from the night before. Double yum!
A fun, new experience for both of us was to drive to and onto ferries, which shuttled us to and from the island.
Thanks for a great time, Tina and ...