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beautiful composition, nice picture LIKE greetings from italy

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What a change! The beer signs no longer reflect the local brews. Pabst? A lower priced "national brand" of old and not "Oly" as was once all over Seattle. Olympia, known all over the Pacific in military clubs or U.S. territories as just "Oly," was a "Pacific" beer with continental sales largely in the Pacific Northwest. I see it has lost its heritage, as with most of our old brands. I drink only "microbrews" now and have no idea what these things taste like now.

Luck or climate change ®mene. I had either been there a day or two passing through or a week or more awaiting ships at various times of the year, just about every month and only saw that clarity to the mountain twice. Back then, before the great West Coast drought, Seattle in my experience of brief stopovers to week long periods in port over twenty years usually lived up to its rainy, socked in reputation. Only on my last ship visit there did I see the glorious views of the mountain and the city sparkling from out in the sound.

Katzen sind immer taff.

Ich hab mal einen Kater über 18 Monate versorgt für sein Frauchen.

Obwohl ich Ihm täglich das beste Essen (mit großem Aufwand)kredenzte hat er mich mit dem Ars... nicht angekuckt.

Der hatte Charakter

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thank you for your stop over here, Azimli... glad you like it. The following day you will se this place from the observation point on top of that black tower in the back.

Na.. that sourdough thing we missed, Cinza. At first night we've been at an Indy Restaurant, 2nd day out at the Ballard Locks and then we went for some Irish.

SEATAC wasn't on route because we went down from YVR. But that rolls looks very tasty. Seems to be a bit bigger than our "Broetchen". I just see Pier 57 is that big hall besides the great wheel. They were still closed when we came around in the morning. Has become much like a kids playground from what was to be seen

Yes, I was hoping you were using a bit of telephoto. Those guys can be a bit pushy and pack some weight behind those little horns. So, "engaged with some hikers" could have been interesting to see. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has an interesting page about them that includes a video on not becoming a salt lick yourself or "engaged" in an unpleasant way. Collared and paintballed. Well, anyone might become even more testy with those two legged pests.

You would need a big yard to accommodate those mining operations they undertake. This one has done some pretty large scale rock removal. Can just see the little guys pushing those up the tunnels! Lots of marmot grunting!

®mene, Cascades Cafe is in the underground passage between museums, under the pyramids in the court. Once it was one of the few places with edible food on the Mall. Now it is average because the menus at the other museums have been much improved since the fare was like two day old McDonald's fare. I think I had the most disgustingly dried out piece of mystery meat between to stale buns in Natural History years ago! Anyway, most now have edible food, the Sculpture Garden has good sandwiches and in the American Indian Museum real meals that are quite good if expensive can be found. Those feature some authentic native American items and I have seen elk and such on the menu. Still, it is all "captive audience" food by contract with the museums. For better food and more "market price" one has to leave the Mall and go into the city.

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