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... on the Thames, go whitewater rafting
on the artificial river that was used for the 2012 Olympic Games, and
spend an afternoon learning how to drive a 55 ton tank (a British
Chieftain which was the largest tank used by any NATO nation), Finally,
it is off to Istanbul for a few days. Surprisingly it is cheaper to book
a flight on United from Istanbul to Seattle than it is to fly from
London to Seattle. I wonder what other surprises await ...
Our first hike of the year took us to Greenwater Lakes. It was a 4 mile round trip hike and took us over 3 hours. The scenery was gorgeous and I could see glimpses of God throughout the hike. Along the way, we ran into a squirrel and I struck up a "conversation" with him. He was so cute. There was a waterfall along the way and at the end of our trail was an emerald green lake. The tranquility in the woods was so relaxing. I was amazed at all the hidden treasures we saw. ...
... without overdoing, you can get these valuable oils in fish, olive and flaxseed. Nuts and legumes offer healthy fats as well. The saturated fats that are not a healthy product and should be eaten as little as possible, their ingested when eating animal products or trans fats.
Another thing to consider is recent research that has indicated that reducing stress in your life, and getting enough sleep, are ...
... walking along the waterfront taking in the views from skyscrapers to snow capped mountains. It's such a beautiful city. I rode the Seattle big wheel which gives you amazing views across the city. Whilst at the top I noticed a cool looking inside/outside aquarium so decided to find this once on land again. Inside the aquarium was amazing - it was interactive so you could touch starfish and certain fish. I ...
... for Seattle. I stopped at McDonald's for a quick bite with 60 miles under my belt. I was so glad to see the sky so clear.
Route 2 started out pretty boring. Very straight with rolling hills. I saw a sign for Grand Cooley Dam and pulled over . . . Only a 20 mile sidetrack so I went for it. If for nothing else but to put some dam commentary on my dam blog entry . . You get the dam idea. It was a dam site more ...