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Old 07-10-2011, 07:57 AM   #15
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Would I be able to take a 40ft mh + tv on a ferry?

Your rig will fit on the ferry---but when I made this suggestion I meant coming to Seattle using your tow---or walk aboard and do downtown using the bus.

You can drive around to the Olympic Pennensula by the highway through Tacoma accross the bridge and along the coast. Check it out by map.
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Just left Lake Pleasant RV Park this morning after a ten night stay. Highly recommended. A really GREAT Italian restaurant is just north on hwy 527 called Grazie.
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Another vote for Pleasant Lake (and Grazie - owned by my niece and nephew).

When in the Seattle area, a couple of great things to do is the tour of the Boeing plant in Mukilteo and the Museum of Flight at Boeing Field in Seattle. There is a nice aquarium on the water front near Pike Place Market.

Enjoy Seattle.
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