Motel 6 Seattle East - Issaquah
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Then off to Pike Place again to see the original Starbucks. Seattle is the home of Starbucks, Amazon and other famous tax-dodgers. Anyway all-in-all Seattle gets a big thumbs up from us, even though I found it hard to sleep last night- oh no, just a minute, it's song titles we're doing, isn't it?
Again, Annie, a big thanks for your reassuring updates. Fortunately Gordon's batting skills have improved enormously over the past few days with the help ...
... wild blackberries. The next day, my niece Josie and I went picking at another blueberry farm. Good grief. Now our diet consists primarily of berry smoothies, berry cobblers, berry muffins, berry salsa, berries and yogurt, berries and cereal, gin and berries, vodka and berries, frozen berries, and berries by the handful. We probably need a good whitening toothpaste.
Mount Rainier provided some ...
... won't be blogging till next Saturday, the 12th.
Our itinerary is
a day of cruising
up the Inside Passage to Juneau
Tracy Arm Fjord
back to Seattle.
Here we have a picture of the 6 of us.
Happy Independence Day!
To be continued on July 12th....
... 8 other countries, including Syria, Iran and Iraq. But we are a long way from Crimea! Our trip does not take us anywhere near the surrounding countries so we are not concerned about our safety. It is the only country that is on two continents.
Turkey has a vast difference in geography, ranging from sea level up to Mt Ararat which is 5,137 meters (16,854 ft) high. In 2012 Turkey ranked 6th in the world for ...
... Boone hat and a leather vest with a kitten on his shoulder. Grace, Hamish and I couldn't quite believe what we were seeng and even heard one lady comment that the cat was part of his hat.
After checking in at our swish hotel, we headed out on foot to explore the water front. There were a few cruise ships docked and some interesting gift and souvenir shops. There were quite a lot of seafood places and fish and chips were on the menu for dinner. ...