Things To See

6 comments on “Things To See
  1. Jen says:

    Wow, great website! Didn’t realize there was so many interesting things about Seattle or that it was Tiger’s stomping grounds! Visiting Seattle is now on my bucket list…thanks for sharing!! 😉

    Jen

    • admin says:

      Hi Jen, Yep! Tiger lived over in the West Seattle area with his folks. Dad would spend hours with him, perfecting his golf techniques. At 5 or 6, he could almost…keep up with the adults. Amazing little kid, this tiger. (tiger was his dad’s nickname for him when he was little and it just stuck) Tom

  2. Terence says:

    Seattle is definitely one of the places I want to visit when im in the US. Definitely would bookmark this for future reference!

    • admin says:

      Hey, thanks for the great comment. I’ve got all types of future blog info. along with many years of “crazy stuff” that I’ve experienced. If you liked these blogs, I know you’ll love my future stuff. Right now I am being a bit “conservative” and informative. (he he sort of) Others things will be when the floating bridge sank. See the picture of it on my opening page. And just another will be when the Blue Angels practically “stopped” over our heads. LOUD or what ? ….. What? ….. What was that you said?

      • MaX Lee says:

        Hi Tom, you have provided me with a lot of new info on Seattle. Bruce Lee grave site is at there, maybe will going for a visit when got opportunity!

        • admin says:

          Max, Great comment. In the future I’ll be putting together a blog about Bruce and Linda. I’ve done extensive research on his short life and will be posting it in the future. Check by once in a while and see.
          Tom

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