Studio 6 Seattle-Mountlake Terrace
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... had more of a panoramic effect. Friday we drove south following the Hood Canal. This isn't like the image of a canal that most of us have. It is HUGE and looks more like a lake in most places...maybe like a gigantic winding reservoir. On the shore are salt marshes where oysters and clams are grown and harvested....very expansive. They often flood in the 7-8 foot tides that come in and out every day. The whole effect is very different...flat, marshy ...
... then to Paris. Diet intact: just grabbed coffee.
June 19, 3:00 PM -- Tarmac @ O'Hare Airport
Uneventful flight to Chicago, save for 50 minutes of Benny Hill, Yakety Sax taxiing problems after landing.
Somehow got stuck with another middle seat. On an 8+ hour flight, that's dire. I could have sworn I booked an aisle seat -- can't help but feel this is related to the ...
... and Ladakh, all on foot. We crossed Shingo La going from the village of Darcha to Padum (the capital of Zanskar). Along the way we climbed the peak above Shingo La that we dubbed Shingo Dome (19,000 ft). We visited Phuktal Gompa as well. We got to know a Zanskari family in Karsha (near Padum) and stayed with them.
After 5 days in the area around Padum and Karsha we trekked for a week to ...
... this place is known for raining yet our time has been beautiful. We next
went to Ruby Beach, this beach is divided into two by a creek Elliot could not
wait for the opportunity to walk across it, and it was very cold! The last stop
of our trip was a 3 hour hike and it was just breathtaking. Through ancient
tree groves, mountains, along Lake Quinaut and finally down through the
... presentations we were interested in seeing - the Cougar mini-lecture and enrichment demonstration, and the Macaw mini-lecture. The Cougar enrichment was quite interesting - seeing the Cougars being let loose into their enclosure after pieces of raw meat had been hidden, and watching them have to find them and retrieve them was quite interesting. After this we headed down to the Macaws area and waited for the mini-lecture to begin. We followed ...