Northwest Motor Inn
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... rebuilt 3500 shops in 2 years (mostly funded by the 'sewing' industry) and they added entrances on the first & second floors. Then they graded the hillside and essentially raised Seattle up to fix all the flooding and the second floor became the first. Now you can do tours underground where you can see the original storefronts. And some stores actually have done theirs up and use them as part of their shops.
After that we went to Pike ...
... to various places, including some time in Downtown Everett. I've loved lazy mornings, being introduced to new shows, watching films I've never seen before and getting to know three more cute kitties!
A couple of days ago we ventured into Downtown Everett for a few hours. They had a really unique 'pagan' shop which sold all kinds of things I'd expect and then so much more. I'd expected incense, jewellery, crystals, books - but not the huge array of teas, and ...
... is that? They were both great guys to talk to, here on impromptu holidays, which was also the case for Justin and Stephen, our Heads Up Canadians.
After this we all went out on a pub crawl in Capital Hill. It was a bloody long walk but worth it when we saw how cheap and big the drinks were. We got a tequila shot for 5 bucks, and it was the size of a normal drink back home in Australia. Not a schooner but one of those scotch glass sized drinks that cost ...
... back but for now it's time to head back to the land of maple and bacon and get ready to leave our road tripping life behind. No doubt the next 5 weeks will be filled with more life changing and eye opening experiences. I guess that's one reason why I signed up for this adventure; to help put my life into perspective and to help me appreciate what I have and to strive for new goals to achieve. Will write one last time from Vancouver and then it's on to Brazil. Much love, Bec ...
... Kickin' Boot Whiskey kitchen in local Ballard. This was a favourite for me with a friendly atmosphere and belly warming home style cooking. I sampled the smoky slow cooked pork shoulder with a side of spinach and bacon with delicious home made white garlic sauce. OH YUMMMM. The girls were happy with their grilled cheese sandwiches and fries and Wayne enjoyed some sticky, smoky BBQ ribs!
Aunty K and Uncle B watched the ...