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... and we shared with each other.
We made it back to M & G's and had a evening snack of tortillas and salsa, cheeses and some smoked salmon.
The weather is much cooler but still warmer than normal for the locals. It has been very dry and small brush fires have been a problem.
Tomorrow we have to be up early to make our way to Anacortes, the port where we take our ferry to the San Juan Islands.
... In the mean-time we sorted out local telephone sims, purchased maps, checked out the tourist office etc.
We had arranged for the shipping agent to liase with the port and contact us as necessary. This she did very efficiently and called me on Monday, 12/5, to say we could collect Champ on the next day - I have nothing but praise for this lady. The local bus service got us to Tacoma port and again the officers there were very helpful indeed.
Sara, our shipping agent ...
After a late night of celebrating, we managed to get up early, throw together the finishing touches in our luggage and make it out the door only 30 minutes behind schedule. First stop - Atlanta for some Thanksgiving celebrations. We played a riveting game of Rummy on our 4 hour flight. Despite Amber's dad having taught her how to be quite the little hustler in cards, she fell to Jerry in the first round of Rummy. Many more rounds to come. Jerry - 1. Amber - ...
... appeared and told the Indian lady that she was in her seat. So we both got up, let the English lady in, and the Indian lady asked me if the middle seat was her seat. Uh ... sure? We all got settled in, figured out which seatbelt belonged to which seat, and the Indian lady (I'm just going to call her Priya from now on) pulled out her blanket and put it over herself. Eventually she had moved around so much that the blanket bunched up, with quite a substantial bunch being on ...
... of the new all new Composite hull 787 about 7 aircraft here, then we walked to the other side of the platform to witness the building of the famous 777 aircraft, after 1/2 hour there, it was back on the bus, back to where we started from, through the souvenir shop and into the Cafeteria before going into the Aircraft Future section, where we saw complete 747 jet engines, cockpit, wheels, cabin sections, landing gear etc, so very interesting. I am not going to put down figures ...