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I also get to build up my ‘fun fact’ bank. Did you know that after the great Seattle fires they built their streets up about two stories higher than the original ones? And that if you want to, you can tour the old streets of Seattle, two stories underneath the people and cars above you? Creepy. They also rebuilt the buildings with stone and brick mostly, which is why Seattle has ...
... salmon for entrée, yum yum.
Wednesday, 31 July 2013
Overcast and gloomy again, in fact maybe cooler than yesterday and the weather taking longer for the cloud to lift. We all went for drive. Did a loop from here, travelled south and crossed over to Bainbridge Island, headed north and then caught car ferry to Seattle, then back to Dash Point State park.
It was cloudy all day and some what chilly, well for summer ...
... for crew whereas the last 2 times on the Star it was voluntary…ahwell. I understand, I just hadn’t planned on spending as much money as I already had so far.
Luckily, I get cell service in Seattle so I was able to text and call my sister for her birthday and also got to catch up a bit with Mike and my parents too! We walked around Pike Place Market and some stores around downtown to look for anniversary gifts I had in mind for Mike. Our 2 ...
... the Underground Tour of Seattle. It was only OK. We learned that after the fire that leveled the city about 1893, the city wanted to reclaim swamp land at the waterfront. Since it would take 4 years to do that, business men couldn't wait. They built anyway. When the city got their project going, they boarded up that first two floors of the buildings and filled in around them. So the new ...
... missions she'd seen in high school.
So after playing phone tag for weeks while quickly approaching our projected travel dates, we finally managed to get each other on the line. This is a fairly accurate synopsis of our conversation:
"Hiiiiiii! How are you?!"
"So, I kind of want to travel to Argentina."
"Really? That's weird.
And so it was decided.