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Hello from Sunday night

Oh what full days we’re having! 😀

Robert and I even managed to fit in a day in Seattle.

We went to visit a friend, to pick up some specialty car parts R had sent to our friend, and to visit the Museum of Flight and our favourite plane, The Blackbird.

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I’m in awe of this beautiful piece of aviation sculpture, and each time we come visit, I just stand transfixed staring at it for as long as I can.


And I love to sit in the pilot’s seat and pretend I can fly it. Wouldn’t that be fantastic to actually fly it?

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Not sure what’s with that photo. R probably said something rude just as he snapped it. 😀

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Anyway, I love this plane so much I even wrote a long ode to it a few years ago. Each time I stand there I say the poem to myself. Here it is: Blackbird

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There are plenty of other beautiful planes at the museum. Here is R’s favourite. It’s practically silent.

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I also love this reproduction of Amelia Earhart’s plane. It once completed her famous flight, the one where she was lost.

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One of our favourite area is the WWII exhibition. It always takes our breath away to stand there and listen. So very humbling.


Of course, we had to stop for lunch and supper. Oh my. I love American diners! And Olive Garden! I came back two pounds heavier! (I know it’s so bad for me, but once a year or so I can’t resist the chicken fried steak!)


On the weekend we got out to the country. I love mooching around the vintage shops.

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I found this lovely book called “Counting one’s Blessings; The Selected Letter of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother” I really wanted it but the $29 price tag put me off. Thank goodness for iPhones. It costs $5 on Amazon!!! I’m getting it. 😀


We also popped into C’s favourite boutique The White House, where she spied a lovely necklace a couple weeks ago and wanted to go back to get it.

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I’ll leave you with this silly thing: My two at lunch exploring their inner teen angst. 😀

Sharing with Judith and the mosaic bunch.

Comments: 12

  • January 18, 2015

    The museum looks intersting, the food looks yummy and the shopping experience wonderful!

  • January 19, 2015

    The museum looks like a fun place to visit.. It is neat they let you sit inside the planes.. Looks like a fun time in Seattle! Great shots, have a happy week!

  • January 19, 2015

    Hi Veronica. What a fun excursion that was! My husband would really enjoy the plane museum and I’d enjoy the vintage shops. Have a wonderful week!

  • catherine

    January 19, 2015

    ha ha ha! loved seeing my brother performing that song! 🙂 x

  • Christie

    January 19, 2015

    Looks like a fun day! Good score with the Blessings book! Thanks for the fun clip at the end – kudos to Robert and Chloe for their performances.

  • Judith @ Lavender Cottage

    January 19, 2015

    My husband would love that museum and it’s exciting that one can sit inside the planes.
    Your hearty dinners look like they would pack on a couple of pounds but hey, we only live once!
    Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday Veronica.

  • January 19, 2015

    Wow, this looks like a great adventure. That is a lovely museum that you visited. It would really be nice to try sitting on those airplanes myself. Maybe someday. I enjoyed every picture that you posted and thanks for sharing.

  • daryledelstein

    January 19, 2015

    i hope she got the necklace .. what a lovely day … and you are looking quite wonderful

  • January 19, 2015

    What a fun time you had in Seattle. I haven’t visited the Air museum there, but it looks amazing. How great that you can sit in the planes for photo ops!

  • January 19, 2015

    listen, you guys? you know how to live!! and thxs for sharing… the video of course, being TOP. as are those shops you visited, and the planes museum? i wish…. n?

  • January 20, 2015

    They are so darn cute! And you, Veronica, are beautiful!

  • January 24, 2015

    Great photos! And, I love the lip syncing! Wonderful!

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