Bryan’s flight was at 9:35 from SEA to SJC. Bob was extremely kind and made Bryan a latte before he left for the ferry to Seattle.
Leaving Bainbridge Island
Bob printed detailed instructions so Bryan could make his way to the ferry terminal on Bainbridge Island and then from the Seattle ferry terminal to Sea-Tac Airport (SEA). Although Bryan appreciated the directions, it was extremely easy to follow the traffic going to the ferry terminal for the 7:05 am departure to Seattle Terminal (where else would traffic be going at that time on a Saturday morning?). You can see the current status of the Bainbridge Island Terminal through the Ferry Cam.
On the way to the ferry terminal, Bryan saw the new location of the house that was floated from the original site on Bainbridge Island. The DIY Network is airing the house move (float) several times during the month of March 2010 – see their web site for dates and times).
After getting on the ferry, Bryan grabbed another coffee so he could enjoy the crossing to Seattle and the views of the Wise houses on Bainbridge Island and of Mt. Rainier (Bryan climbed to the top of Mt Rainier with Alan Arnette as part of the Rainier 9 on July 12, 2004). It is always difficult for the passenger sitting beside Bryan whenever he is on a flight into or out of SEA as they have to listen to the full story of his climb. OK, in full disclosure, Bryan did say that one of the passengers on the ferry had to listen to the story that morning.
The trip to SEA was uneventful and Bryan’s flight into SJC was early at the gate.