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Arrive at Seattle, Washington

Thursday, May 10, 2007

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We leave the Olympic peninsula of Washington today. I've enjoyed the last few days here. It is really a beautiful area. The town, Sequim, where we're camped is attracting a lot of retirees. I can see why.

On the way to Seattle we stop near Bremerton for lunch. Jere worked on a project for the Naval base here before he retired, and he wanted to get together with one of the guys he worked with on the project. He wanted me to join them but I had no interest in their 'work talk', so Joe & I worked on homework and had lunch in the RV.

We continue on toward Seattle and we see Mt Rainier. It looks incredible against the blue sky. We set up in the KOA south of Seattle and then go for a walk to take some pictures of Mt Rainier.
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Posted by jengelman 00:15 Archived in USA Tagged family_travel

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