Getting around Washington state by Anne Fortin
Seattle This is the Space Needle. It was designed in the 1960’s and its ‘flying saucer look’ is no coincidence. The conceivers wanted to do something that’d be ahead of their time. Whether you like it or not, it’s Seattle’s landmark.
Seattle Gum Wall
Leavenworth; a bavarian village hidden in the Cascades.
The Olympic Peninsula is the rainiest part of the United States. Luckily, it did not rain once while we were there!
Amazing sunset on the Pacific Ocean in the Makah reservation.
Close friends I made while in Wa. State Sarah Stacey • Australian, 23 years old, wants to become a primary school teacher. • Every Friday we went downtown for coffee and cake. • Fun Fact: She discovered in the US raisin & cinnamon bagels and fell madly in love with them.
Peter Schraub • German, 26 years old, studies Bussiness & Management. • Peter and I went to CWU baskeball games together. • Fun Fact: I call him pretzel and we try to include in our correspondence words from each other’s mothertongue. Was ist gut
Marie Mobach • Lives in the Netherlands, 20 years old, studies in education. • Every Monday night Marie and I went at the ‘movie madness’ on campus. • Fun Fact: I used to tease her because she hates the color orange (which is associated with the Netherlands).