Motel 6 Seattle North - Kirkland
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... that happened there 23 years ago?
I was greeted by Wendy, the Main Office secretary, as I walked in. It seemed unusually quiet and calm for a middle school office. Introducing myself, I told her I'd taught there 20 plus years ago. She pointed out several award plaques on the wall above her desk for teachers who served there 25 years. Three were still teaching there and two more were there in 1992 but not at 25 years yet. ...
... from this office, teaching kids at Kamiakin Jr High. They became heroes to our child, family, and the community for their heartfelt efforts to save Michael's life. Today, those kids are in their mid-thirties raising families of their own. It's been my joy to begin reconnecting with several of them and to learn how that event has shaped their lives as working adults and parents. (More ...
... me if he did. And yet, he was super friendly,
emailed me the details of his friend and wished me luck with all my endeavours.
Even with the knowledge that the whole thing might fall through, I spent the
rest of the day with a warm glow inside me, wanting to tell everyone within
earshot of the life saving hostel owner from Portland. So here’s my chance, GO
TO PORTLAND AND GIVE YOUR BUSINESS TO CHRIS THE BIKE FRIENDLY HOSTEL MAN!
After that we took a ...
Barney has been patiently watching and waiting to see a bald eagle since the day we started our road trip but despite starring hopefully at every large bird we've walked, driven or cycled past so far, his mission has been unsuccessful. But with less than 200km left to drive on our road trip, finally he saw one at an acceptably close distance that he could actually tell what it was. In fact he can now say he's seen multiple. Who knew we would drive 21,000km across Canada ...
... We travelled down highways that were lined by maple, spruce and cherry blossom trees. Overpasses and underpasses flew in every direction (Country & Western song...?) as we made our way along roads that no longer had names but were identified by numbers. My first impression of Seattle was certainly a beautiful place. As we pulled into Maya's old street, to our surprise we were met by her much talked about sister, Emmy and her two children Blaine ...