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Kayaking in Seattle

Lisl and Keith kayaking

Fremont bridge raised for a boat







Our old houseboat now with a boat in front

I went kayaking on Lake Union in Seattle today with friends Keith and Lisl (& Chris who was in town from Winter Park, CO). It was fun to see our old houseboat, the seaplanes, bridges, and the other parts of the lake that have changed, such as the park at the south end of the lake. There are more changes for the park and sooner or later it will be pretty big and nice. Much better than a few years ago.


South Lake Union park

  1. stylianos_
    October 2, 2008 at 11:57 pm

    Thotman-Russ Schneider the half -insane religious psychopath mormon from Provo. 
    i really laugh. In the middle of a ruined America , without education ,without social services,  a pale idiot who only now realizes his crimes (but i am not sure that he really understands) , begs Congress for money and  salvation. In the same time the American banks bankrupt one after the other. In California (and not only) 800.000 homeless. An "honorable ex warrior" (who admits in his own speeches that he is a war criminal ,and a coward who signed every paper which  the Vietnamese gave him when he was a prisoner of war) considers that the major problem of America  is the problem of the ………..abortions and he wants to attack Russia , Iran , Cuba ,  Korea and maybe (who knows?) China.
    Divina comedia or better tragediante-comediante. And the insane mormon Thotman-Russ Schneider from Provo a  religious psychopath ,  an other lady (candidate vice-president) who  makes  "vudu" ceremonies for her enemies , want to dominate the word.
    Could be a bad style and taste American movie.

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