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Name: Clay


From: Bellevue, WA
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Age: 68
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About: Been there, seen it, and now I can use Yodio to share my experiences. Spent the 90's building a telecom in the former Soviet Union and operating a classic rock'n roll radio station in St. Petersburg, Russia.


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The Old Aurora Colony Historical Museum

The Old Aurora Colony Historical Museum by you

Tel: 503-678-5754 Explore the Old Aurora Colony Museum with a guided or self-guided tour of the five building museum complex including: the Ox Barn, Steinbach Cabin, Kraus House, Will Family Summer Kitchen and Tie Shed. Museum Admission  Adults: $6.00  Seniors 60 & AAA Members: $5.00  Students: $2.00  Children 5 and under: FREE Museum Hours  Tuesday - Saturday: 11 - 4  Sunday: Noon - 4  Monday: closed  The Museum is also closed for the month of January and on all major holidays. Guided Tours are available Tuesday through Sunday and need to be reserved in advance. Our tour guides bring the old Aurora alive with stories of the colony days. To get more info on guided tours – Call or Email: info@auroracolony.org

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Avila Adobe  - oldest building in LA

Avila Adobe - oldest building in LA by you

The Avila Adobe was built in 1818 by Francisco Avila and has the distinction of being the oldest standing residence in Los Angeles, California. The Avila Adobe is open for public touring and is located at East 10 Olvera Street within El Pueblo de Los Angeles State Historic Park. The park office is located at 845 N. Alameda Street, and the Visitors Information Center is at 128 Paseo de la Plaza. The present adobe is a historic house museum, with seven rooms left from what used to be a much larger building. Restoration has worked to create an idea of what the original home was like. The largest room, the family room, was a general area for dining, entertainment, and social gatherings. The office room was the main business room for Francisco Avila. The sala, or living room, was reserved for special occasions such as a wedding or baptism or maybe even entertaining special guests. The adobe is a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument and a California Historical Landmark (No. 145) and is on the National Registe

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Created on 6/4/2014 | Rated E for Everyone
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Redhook Brewery Tour

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Ph. (425) 420-1110 Tours of the Red Hook Brewery operate daily. The tour cost is $5 per person, runs for one hour, and includes up to five samples of beer. Guests also receive a souvenir tasting glass, a walk through the brewery, a Redhook history lesson and an explanation of how they brew their ales. Minors are welcome to attend. Please check in at the Retail Store in the Forecasters Pub. Registration is first-come, first-served. Guests must be present to register. No reservations are accepted. Must show valid ID to sample beer. Tour Schedule: Spring/Summer (Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend): • Mon - Thurs: 1:00, 3:00, and 5:00 p.m. • Fri, Sat, Sun: Noon, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, and 5:00 p.m. Fall/Winter (Labor Day weekend through Memorial Day weekend): • Mon - Fri: 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. • Sat, Sun: 1:00, 3:00, and 5:00 p.m.

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Created on 5/7/2014 | Rated E for Everyone
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Redhook Brewery & Forecasters Pub

Redhook Brewery & Forecasters Pub by you

If you’re a home brewer, a craft brew geek, or just a beer lover, you’ll want to stop by Redhook Pub and Brewery while you’re in Woodinville. Here, you can indulge in all of Redhook’s crushable craft brews – including many exclusive beers only on tap at the pub – paired with locally-sourced pub-style food. Redhook pub also has great outdoor seating in the summer when the NW weather permits. Nothing quite beats sitting outside with your friends and enjoying a refreshing pint of Redhook. Located right next to the Burke-Gilman Trail, Redhook Pub is the perfect pit stop for a summer ride. Reservation Policy: Reservations are not accepted during summer hours (Memorial Day through Labor Day). During winter hours, reservations for groups of 8 or more are accepted Monday through Friday. For more information, please call (425) 420-1110. Summer Hours (Memorial Day - Labor Day) Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 11:00 Sunday: 11:00 - 10:00 Winter Hours – similar but close an hour or so earlier at night.

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Created on 5/6/2014 | Rated E for Everyone
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Karpeles Manuscript Museum

Karpeles Manuscript Museum by you

Phone- 253.383.2575 Exhibits, which are always admission free, are normally on display for three months at a time. Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm The Karpeles Manuscript Library is the world's largest private collection of original manuscripts and documents. The library was founded in 1983 by California real estate magnates, David and Marsha Karpeles, with the goal of stimulating interest in learning. There are now 10 museums in 9 cities across the United States featuring exhibits of original papers of historic importance. The Tacoma museum features a stately entrance flanked by 6 large Greco-Roman columns and portico to the Karpeles Manuscript Museum. It’s setting is complimented by the lovely Wright Park, an arboretum of hundreds of mature trees from throughout the temperate world, and the Victorian-styled Seymour Botanical Conservatory. E-mail- kmuseumtaq@aol.com

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Created on 4/26/2014 | Rated E for Everyone
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Canopy Tours Northwest

Canopy Tours Northwest by you

Ph. 360.529.4703 Canopy Tours Northwest is about "Breathtaking Forest Adventures." At Camano Island's Kristoferson Farm, a zip or a stroll through this sustainably managed forest really is a breathtaking forest experience. Owned and operated by a local family with roots on the island since 1912 and a firm commitment to sustainable forest stewardship and agricultural practices, this canopy tour allows us to share both the idea and the results all in the exciting context of an outdoor adventure which is, in a word, breathtaking. It is . . . • 6 zip lines (the longest is 660 feet) • a log bridge • 2 short trail walks • a 47-foot final rappel (don't worry, we have a constant velocity device which does the work so you float down smoothly) All through a stunning Pacific Northwest forest! Check out this 2 minute video player.vimeo.com/video/27387282 Canopy Tours NW is a 2013 winner of TripAdvisors Certificate of Excellence

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Created on 9/27/2013 | Rated E for Everyone
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Bear Mountain House  – Rental for 8

Bear Mountain House – Rental for 8 by you

Located in the Wapato Point Resort, the Bear Mountain Lodge is one of Sunspots most luxurious homes. It’s everyone’s favorite place to stay. This five bedroom, three bathroom home has something for everyone. With its fantastic deck and awe inspiring views. • Wood Fireplace (Seasonal) • Pool Table • Private Hot Tub • Fitness Center • Resort Pool Outdoors • Boat Dock Free 5 Bedrooms Sleeps 8 3 bathrooms More details and cost info at: http://sunspots.info/unit_overview.asp?IDDestination=3&UnitID=40 Managed by Sunspots Ph. 206.628.8989 More savings when you join VisitWA Rewards at http://mcpn.us/p?c=7405R0

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Created on 9/23/2013 | Rated E for Everyone
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Loyalty test

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Test of Loyalty entry page http://mcpn.us/punch?id=18F5HGV http://www.iciclebrewing.com/events/

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Created on 8/1/2013 | Rated E for Everyone
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Lil' Brown Smoke Shack - Yakama Indian Reservation

Lil' Brown Smoke Shack - Yakama Indian Reservation by you

Cheap smokes are available at this long time Yakama Reservation seller of cigarettes and cigars. Drive thru or view the cigar selection in humidor. Retail Store Hours: Monday - Friday 9am to 5:30pm Drive Thru 8am to 6pm Saturday 10am to 4pm Drive Thru 9am to 5pm For more than 40 years we have served local retail customers. Since 1998 we have been able to provide our customers with an online store. - See more at: http://lilbrown.com/t-about.aspx#sthash.KjCtrkJg.dpuf

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Created on 3/13/2013 | Rated E for Everyone
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Los Hernandez -- home style hot tamales

Los Hernandez -- home style hot tamales by you

(509) 457-6003 When Felipe Hernandez lost his job in the early 1990’s, he turned to his sister in his perpetual pursuit for the perfect masa. 2 million tamales later, and he still cooks and grinds his own masa. From a small store in Union Gap he (and his family) serve a limited menu of seemingly perfect tamales. It’s intimate with 2 tables, 1 stove, and your choice of pork or chicken tamales straight from the steamer. It’s hard to resist, so most eat their tamal fresh, but those in the know purchase frozen tamales to-go. And others phone in orders to be shipped. In the late spring (asparagus season) they feature a third choice, it’s their specialty of pepper jack cheese and asparagus.

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Created on 3/13/2013 | Rated E for Everyone
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Badia Di Campoleone

Badia Di Campoleone by you

This is a test of mapping in Italy

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Created on 2/3/2013 | Rated E for Everyone
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TASTE and TWEET - new media marketing

TASTE and TWEET - new media marketing by you

Sonja Loges @TasteChicago Sonja@TasteTweet.com Active Twitter tweeters enjoy tasting fine food while sharing their experiences with their followers. It's a faster and more fun way to TASTE then real-time TWEET the food experience. We handle the organization, the preparation, and the implementation of this new media form to promote your brand in a memorable way that resonates with people. Contact Sonja@TasteTweet.com

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Created on 7/24/2012 | Rated E for Everyone
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Safeco Field - home of the Seattle Mariners

Safeco Field - home of the Seattle Mariners by you

Seattle “Plays Ball” at Safeco Field. The “Safe” is a retractable roof baseball stadium. The stadium is the home for the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball (MLB) and seats 47,878 for baseball. The design of Safeco Field is considered 'retro-modern'. This style ballpark has many features of ballparks built in the 1950s; however the technologies and amenities are modern. The “Safe” features a brick facade, an asymmetrical field dimension, and a natural grass field. Since Seattle weather is often gray and rainy, the ballpark features a retractable roof that can be closed for inclement conditions. Keeping with today’s expectations, the food and beverage selections exceed the traditional ballpark fare. And the players enjoy modern clubhouse amenities and state-of-the-art technologies. Tours of the stadium are available for a small fee. Inquire at the main Team Store. The tour includes information about the stadium as well as entry into areas not open to the general public during games.

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Created on 2/28/2012 | Rated E for Everyone
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Victor Steinbrueck Park

Victor Steinbrueck Park by you

Victor Steinbrueck Park is a photograph-inviting location at the north end of the Pike Place Market. This 0.8 acre park provides a spectacular western view of Elliott Bay, Puget Sound, and in the distance is the Olympic Mountain range. The park is named after a mid-century Seattle architect and artist, Victor Steinbrueck, who was instrumental in the preservation of Pike Place Market and Pioneer Square. It is a small park offering spectacular views of the Washington State Ferries, West Seattle (the landing site for the first Seattle settlers), and the famous Seattle waterfront. This park was originally landscaped in 1982 as Market Park. Two cedar totem poles, designed by Victor Steinbrueck himself and carved by James Bender, were added in 1984. After Steinbrueck's death in 1985, the park was renamed to honor Steinbrueck’s leadership in preserving the Public Market.

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Created on 2/27/2012 | Rated E for Everyone
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Marshall Park -- the place for sunset viewing

Marshall Park -- the place for sunset viewing by you

About six blocks west of Kerry Park, on the south west promontory of Queen Anne, you’ll find a small view park with benches to site and enjoy the sunset. Marshall Park offers a good western view from the top of Queen Anne. View is of Elliott Bay and its ferry traffic, the marina at the foot of Magnolia Bluff, and a clear day offers a spectacular view of the Olympic Mountain range in the distance. Kerry Park offers unmatched city skyline views, and Marshall Park offers terrific sunsets.

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Created on 2/27/2012 | Rated E for Everyone
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Boeing Plant Tour @ Future of Flight in Everett, WA

Boeing Plant Tour @ Future of Flight in Everett, WA by you

The Boeing Factory Tour begins at the Future of Flight Aviation Center located 25 miles north of Seattle. Public tours of Boeing's Everett factory are available seven days a week in English. The Everett, Wash., facility is home to the 747, 767, 777 and 787 Dreamliner production lines. During the 90 minute tour, go behind the scenes at Boeing—in the world’s largest building—to watch them building the very same jets you may one day be a passenger on. The tour cost is $20 or less. To ensure admission, it is best to reserve your ticket and tour time in advance online or by phone. Online booking link: https://tickets.futureofflight.org/public/choose_date If you have questions or wish to book tickets by phone, contact the Future of Flight Reservation Center at 1-800-464-1476 (toll-free in the U.S. and Canada) or 360-756-0086 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Pacific time. First come, first serve for tickets sold on-site. No food, drink, personal items, or photos allowed on the tour.

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Created on 2/26/2012 | Rated E for Everyone
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World's Longest Floating Bridge -- Evergreen Pt.

World's Longest Floating Bridge -- Evergreen Pt. by you

The Evergreen Point Floating Bridge – now formally known as the Governor Albert D. Rosellini Bridge—Evergreen Point is the longest floating bridge on Earth at 2,285 metres (7,497 ft) and carries a daily traffic of 115,000 cars between Seattle and the residences/offices located east of Lake Washington. One of the area’s largest employers, Microsoft, is located east of Lake Washington. The result is an unusual occurrence of traffic congestion in both directions for both the morning and afternoon commutes. Following 3 years of construction, the bridge was opened in 1963. Today it is a four-lane toll bridge providing easy access from Seattle to Eastside communities such as Bellevue, Kirkland, and Redmond. The Evergreen Point of the bridge's original name is the westernmost of the three small Eastside peninsulas that SR-520 crosses. (The other two are Hunts Point and Yarrow Point.)

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Lake Washington Floating Bridge -  I-90

Lake Washington Floating Bridge - I-90 by you

Interstate 90 highway crosses Lake Washington on the second longest floating bridge on Earth. Formerly known as the Lake Washington Floating Bridge, the original two-way, four-lane bridge was designed and constructed of reinforced concrete. First envisioned in 1930, the construction began January 1, 1939 and was completed in 1940. Formally named the Lacey V. Murrow Memorial Bridge, the bridge’s namesake was the second Director of the Washington State Highway Department and a highly decorated US Air Force officer who served in World War II. The Lacey V. Murrow Memorial Bridge is the second longest floating bridge on Earth at 6,620 ft (2,020 m). After 23 years it became the second longest floating bridge with construction of the longer Evergreen Point Floating Bridge just a few miles to the north. The State of Washington has the first, second, and third longest floating bridges in the world. The third longest is the Hood Canal Floating Bridge about 30 miles (48 km) to the northwest of Seattle on the Olympi

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Boeing Commercial Airplane Plant - Renton, WA

Boeing Commercial Airplane Plant - Renton, WA by you

Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems. This Boeing manufacturing site first found a home on the marshy shores of Lake Washington in 1941. Originally it built 1,119 B-29 Flying Fortresses for World War II. The Renton plant has been home to many of commercial aviation's most renowned airplanes, including the 707, 727, 737 and 757. Today, employees at the 278-acre site, which encompasses 4.3 million square feet (380,902 square meters) of building space, produce the newest generation of 737 airplanes. In addition to the final assembly lines, the other manufacturing production areas at the Renton site include 737 wing assembly and paint hangars. Before each airplane makes its initial test flight, Boeing performs pre-flight tests on all 737s at the Renton Municipal Airport, located west of the main site. Following its successful test flight, the airplane lands at Boeing Field in Seattle where final preparations are m

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Seahawks Training Facility -- VMAC in Renton

Seahawks Training Facility -- VMAC in Renton by you

The practice facility for the Seattle Seahawks is a state-of-the-art, waterfront football training facility located between I-405 and Lake Washington just east of Newcastle. Located on 19 acres, it is the second-largest in the National Football League. Under one roof, it houses year-round indoor practice fields, the team’s front offices, 50,000 square feet of training space; 15,000 square feet of player meeting areas; and 48,000 square feet of administration offices. Adjacent to the buildings are three outdoor practice fields with berms on the east side for spectator viewing. This privately funded practice facility is formally named the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in a sponsoring partnership with the regional medical organization, Virginia Mason. Local sports and news organizations commonly refer to the facility as the VMAC.

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