齐步走123The Skaggie Valley is a famous scenic spot in Seattle's Maoming. The most famous place here is the large tulip fields. But we didn’t come and didn’t open to the time. It might not be due to the flowering period, but it’s nice to see other flower fields.
东张西望望东西The museum is very beautiful, the history should be quite long if it is simply to see the architecture. The people visited are not very many, but there are often exhibitions with different themes, and those who like to visit the museum can pay attention to it.
迷尼哈哈文成公主This museum is located on the edge of the CBD, relatively close to Western Washington University and not far from Bellingham Port. It is generally a waterfront location, and there is the Whatcom Museum next to it.
Off the beaten track in Washington you can find all kinds of adventures and cool cabins. I would highly recommend going to check it out! #travelinspiration #unforgettableexperiences
Living in the small town of the United States and Canada. Listening to the story of the small town
This time from Vancouver to Seattle, the first time I landed by land. On the border between Canada and the United States, there are a total of 119 border crossings. We are familiar with the Rainbow Bridge in front of the Toronto Grand Falls and the Peace Gate in Vancouver.
"Peace Gate Customs" is the most westernmost point on the US-Canada border. It is a gateway that is popular among locals. It is located in a beautiful bay. We take it for granted. Here, Canadian and American cars can be opened directly to each other's territory. It is said that Chinese citizens holding American visas will need to get off the road for the first time to get to the immigration hall to add a commonly known "white strip". But that day we packed a wagon that was specially sent to the Chinese passengers to cross the "old driver". At the pass, he just put down the window and handed over the past few passports. He said a few words. The customs officers look at the cars we are all pure. The "old rivers and lakes" of travel are OK.
Because we plan to visit the Boeing factory before entering Seattle tomorrow, we booked a place called "Bellingham", which is only a half hour away from the border crossing, a small town in the northwestern part of the United States, residents Its too small to come over.
"Old Driver" along the way tells the story of many Vancouver people who love this small town.
It is said that this Spark Museum is the largest of its kind in the world, and it has collected a series of electrical-related experimental instruments since the 17th century. From the high school physics textbook, the fur produces static electricity, to Marconi's radio, and there is a special area where you can experience the fun of electricity yourself.
Touching the 20,000 volt high-pressure metal ball, the hair flies up, but the body does not have any damage, because the current does not exceed the threshold ~
Museum name: Spark Museum of Electrical Innovation
Bellingham, a small town in the north of the United States near Canada