Howard Johnson Inn Kent
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... depends on the flow of the Snoqualmie River, and since snow-pack and rain are at very low levels, the falls were not as impressive as they would have been other years -- but still awesome. And, believe it or not, at noon the winds shifted to the south and blew all the forest fire smoke north, giving Seattle blue sky and sun. I decided, since we had beautiful sky, to go visit the last two lighthouses ...
... road we entered on, we backtracked before heading north to another volcano, Mt. Rainier. Mt. Rainier has not erupted violently in centuries, but the possibility is always there. Once we entered the park we had 18 miles of winding, slow roads to travel. The park was heavily populated which surprised me for a Monday. With a sunny day the mountain was out in all its glory.
On the drive from Mt. St. Helens to Mt. Rainier ...
... from the hotel. The weather is sunny and great and we are able to see more of downtown Seattle.
Upon arrival at the pier, we proceed to drop off our luggage and head to check in. Check in was easy and smooth. Because we had arrived early, we had to wait about 30 minutes before we could board.
About noon we were able to get on and drop off our luggage and head to the buffet, of course. After lunch the exploring began. We are ...
... cab finally rocks up, wasn't ours was dropping someone off, any way we jumped in. Checking the score on the way Giants are down by 4 runs in the 2nd innings, do we go home. Nah, went to Buckley's. Ordered some doubles for the first time, told by the waiter that the bartender tends to be more generous with the nip pouring of doubles. So had a few drinks, got a feed, watched San Fran lose by 10 or 11 in the end and headed ...
still plenty of giddy children enjoying the sunshine and superjets. We ate our
market fresh sandwiches and ventured in. The fountain was indeed magical: as
the first drops of water touched our skin we were transformed into our child
selves, screaming and cavorting through the water with arms outstretched and
mouths open. I’m not sure how long we frolicked, but finally we calmed down and
took our subdued soaking bodies back to the sunny ...