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... of a
mandarin, and I walked back to the line full of the joys of spring. I sat back
in my spot, and shared the pizza and sweet balls with most of the people in the
line. Seb and I talked to an older couple, whose names we unfortunately never
asked, and we covered all sorts of topics. They were really sweet, very
friendly and interested in our travels, and it was a pretty special thing to be
sharing some food with Seattle locals, all at the kindness ...
... where the plug in the sink goes - yes, so tastefully decorated you didn't feel like you were in some typical restaurant washroom. This one was homey and welcoming. Such simple touches to make you feel like the owner really cares about his customers.
We are at the Seattle/Tacoma KOA which is in Kent. I would think the campground is pretty full now. A neighbour just arrived next to us about an hour ...
... kinds of oysters guys, also 4 kinds of salmon) flowers/craft and had some lunch, some gelato and coffee a bit later.. Went back to hotel for happy hour then tried the pool an spa.
Just in case you thought I couldn't possibly be hungry, We had Indian for dinner, thankfully we had a nice walk home. Very tasty, fresh Garlic Nann bread, yum.
Going to try public transport tomorrow, and going to the Museum of flight.
Missing the hire ...
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At the same time, a live chat will be a very good option since it only requires a web browser as well as a stable bandwidth. Having said that, for a free web ...
... his custom built Chevelle. When he dropped me off, he advised me "try to not get ****in shot." My next ride was another short 30 miler from a construction worker. He complained to me of a routine mundane circular existence of hard physical labor with a discontented home life and seemed to find vicarious pleasure in my newly found freedom. He dropped me in the town of Floodwood Minnesota, population 600, and gave me a sandwich and cold pop. I stopped in the town visiting center for a ...