The continuing adventures of a fulltime RVer.
OH MY so Crapper was a guys name I never knew...word origins are amazing eh? That does seem like a fun tour...I'd be setting those poor crabs free...snip snipThe area where you are is the old stomps of my dearly departed friend I had intended to go visit but he passed suddenly and it was such a shock! I wanted his knowledge to guide me around and not miss a thing! So thanks to you and some other Wins this summer I'm getting a tour anyways! NOW i know what I have to see when I'm there and I know it will take a couple of summers not just one!!Cant wait to see what you show me next!!
We're going to be spending a few days in Seattle in early November. We'll keep that one in mind, it looks interesting!www.travelwithkevinandruth.com
My kind of tour. If only I didn't have to go to the big city to do it.
We loved that tour,one of the best. I liked it so much I,d love to go again !!
A good reason for raising the city if I ever heard one ;-)
Sounds like a tour we will be taking in our future!
Love this!! I did know about Mr. Crapper and it makes me laugh just type it. I think this is THE PERFECT way to get to Seattle and see it. Wish I'd been along. I'll definitely follow in your footsteps when I get there. Really great day!
We just went on that tour for our second time over the years last month. It really is a great way to learn about the history of Seattle. And very funny as well. I just love Seattle. It's like a tiny San Francisco.
I used to live in Bremerton. Of course I was 4 years old so I don't remember it.
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