Howard Johnson Inn Kent
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... May 18, 1980 killing 57 people including scientists and loggers. Trees were blown over many acres and the remains can still be seen. The landscape, however, after 35 years is showing signs of life as many flowers and small shrubs are flourishing in the bleak landscape. On the mountain a new glacier has formed and a new lava dome is building. When we were there a small plume of steam could be seen.
Having to return by ...
... and decided (probably wisely) to shut up. But after that we rarely get too serious about the subject because we understood we simply disagreed on most all political aspects. Still I loved him and appreciated his loyalty for his views.
Ours was a relationship that lacked virtually nothing. I was current with him and sensed that the reverse was true as well. Intense appreciation and love is the takeaway for me. From the time I met Gus in 1986 to the day he left us last week. ...
... museums and exhibitions so it's quite a buzzy area.
Quick transition to the Duck bus with Sarah being the only experienced rider having been on the London version. This was excellent. 90min trip around the sights of Seattle and then into Lake Union for a view of the city from a different view point and a look at the large population of floating homes. There is a mobile rowing club house! There were many people on the lake kayaking and ...
Day 70 (June 25) -- Didn't seem like too long a day's drive ahead of us when we left Lewiston, Idaho this morning with a destination in mind of Tacoma area (500 km. or so) but a couple tours around towns and some road work meaning single lane traffic and then arriving in the Seattle/Tacoma area approaching 4pm meant it felt long in the end. Denis took the traffic all in stride but I showed my grumpy side just ...
Up early for the tour of the Boeing Factory.
Another beautiful day in Seattle, apparently a little unusual for Seattle... So we got so lucky.
We could see all the mountains around with snow/glaciers. So exciting. Nev reckons we will see a lot more mountains with snow in Canada!(what a spoil sport). I am sure he is correct.....
The Boeing Factory was amazing, we saw 5, B747's being built, freighter aircraft now.(side by side). ...