Comfort Inn Port Orchard
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... delayed in Cincinnati due to bad weather. This caused us to have about a 1-hour delay.
We boarded the flight on what seemed like a brand new plane with cool lighting and seatback TVs. I decided to watch "Jaws" to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the movie (and all of the recent shark attacks off of the North Carolina beaches). This movie still scares me after all of these years!
After the movie we were somewhere ...
... day -
If Scotland do ever go independent we ought to put in border patrol!
Highlight of the day -
It was just spectacular seeing the Bald Headed Eagles
Tips of the day -
Take food and snacks with you for your train journey, but remember to declare all food on your U.S. Customs declaration.
Seattle - 20c Overcast
Top speed 78mph
Steps walked 9761
Flights climbed 19
Miles walked ...
... but that plan was soon cancelled and we just kicked around in our apartment and cooked lunch. Will found a site to stream television shows and caught up on The Walking Dead episode that he missed while we were on the bus back from the zoo. Will then cooked up a spaghetti bolognese for lunch/dinner while I did some laundry. It was really nice to have a low key day. Soon after lunch we ...
... kids to a park before our local Italian dinner; Sarah performed her first public concert in Denny Park (Mary Had a Little Lamb) and both girls loved the flying fox. Off to bed ready for our flight to Yellowstone in the morning.
Oh...forgot to mention:
1) Wish we had a dollar for every time we've been asked if the girls are twins!
2) Did you know Americans (and/or Canadians) call roundabouts 'traffic circles'?
Cheers, the Berrys
... br> Also had a big display on the Space Program, also the Mars probe. See photo.
A big display of WW1 and WW2 planes and memorabilia .
Then of course lots of planes and interesting flying machines, to do with the history of flight.
I think I liked the Concorde the best. It flew 2,500,000, people over the years it was flying. Went for a look through that, and could imagine being in the jet set! It was the ...