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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. ...
... simply asks you to count the calories for every meal that you consume. The only possible downfall is choosing a program that limits your caloric intake to the point where it becomes unhealthy.
For quite a few dieters, the spotlight is on cutting back of fat. Some fat is still necessary to maintain a balanced diet even when you opt for a low fat diet, low being the key word. Oils are an important element to ...
I was given the day off today to explore the area which was great as the sun is shining! I managed to get the bus from my host's house in to downtown - everyone gives me a double take when they hear me speak! My first stop was to Macy's to buy a coat as it's so cold & windy! I then walked to the waterfront and headed to Pikes Market - a world famous fish market. There was so much going on, it was great to take it ...
... 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 ...