After the day in Delta, Brett picked us up and took us to White Rock where we went searching for "a good time, not a long time" - but no luck. However, the wharf and scenery were beautiful.
Later we drove to Seattle for two days of sightseeing. And here are some of the sites.
EMP, Seattle - the music museum - Kurt Cobain's much used sweater and guitar.
The Compound - owned by Tooth and Nail - where Brett works.
EMP, one of the displays is a photo gallery dedicated to the 1972 Stones tour.
Mars Hill Church, where Brett handles audio on a team of 14, not including musicians.
EMP, the setlist from the last show performed by Nirvana.
Found a gym - Rain Fitness. It was awesome!
Leaving the gym, this view of the Space Needle, with a Coke truck on the way! Mmmmm!
The Space Needle. It's big. Very big. I spent an extra $10 for a VIP pass, which walked me around the 40 minute line-up, directly to the elevator. Bah ha ha!
The Gum Wall, downtown Seattle. Patrons jam their gum on the wall before entering the theatre.
Janice enjoying the Gum Wall.
Me, with Elmer Hildebrand of Goldenwest Broadcasting.
Janice, me and Catherine Robertson of Eagle-Com Marketing, who initiated the Western visit.
Me and Brett, on the Wharf of White Rock.
The Compound where Brett works.
The Compound, the studio that produced "The Coldest Heart" by The Classic Crime, "The Title Track" by The Fold, and "Godspeed" by Anberlin.
Just outside of Oak Harbor, Washington - Deception Pass - the gateway bridge to the island.
EMP, Eddie Van Halen's Kramer Guitar.
Janice and me, at Golden Gardens, in north Seattle.
View from the ficticious Frasier Crane's condo.
In Oak Harbor, where Gretyl Baird (Brett's wife) is from, and me in the Flintstone Mobile.