Studio 6 Seattle-Mountlake Terrace
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... duvet, and goose down pillow...... After, of course, you have had a wonderful 5-course dinner, and a couple of movies. Ohhh.... The only way to fly! Almost 10 hours later, we were landing and Sea-Tac. I had all my customs and immigration forms filled out.... Forgetting, of course, that I had the "magic card" in the the USA. -- Global Entry. I left the entire place in customs and immigration status, as I went down a long, in populated corridor, put my passport into ...
... Ram, a sports bar in the Issaquah Highlands. Erin is really into Fantasy Football and the Ram is a great place to keep rack of multiple games at once. Erin beat us there and got us a booth in the bar. We had driven through Issaquah instead of getting back on the freeway. We ordered drinks: Derek got Buttface Amber Ale, I got Angry Orchard cider, and Larry got the Barefoot Wit. Erin already had a Total Disorder Porter ...
... her, and what an endsolo it was. No surprises in the setlist. But at Sultans of Swing a lot of people stood up and danced during the whole song. Postcards from Paraguay is bandintroduction as usual. Glenn Worff was introduced and did an extra basepart, nice. During Speedway at Nazareth again we stood up and danced, and never went to our seats again. Telegraph Road one of the best this tour I ...
Well, after that dinner, we wandered around a bit more and got back to the parking garage we were in.... It was gated shut with the doors locked, closed at 8pm sharp. Yes, freak out. We might miss our flight. There was a small sign near the gate to call the towing company to help for 40$. I did and ...
... glimpse of the Pacific and Peugeot Sound, the temperature began to drop. We continued west on US-20W which took us out onto Whidbey Island. I think the temperature drop was due to the water on both sides of the narrow strip called Whidbey island. We did pass by the Whidbey Island Naval Air Station, and waved at the CASS Stations there, and maybe there are eCASS Stations there by now. Don't know, we just waved from afar, and did stop for ...