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The two RV Gypsies (plus one)
took a tour of Seattle
Magic Carpet Glide
Segway tours

June 19, 2015
segway sign - keep calm

Below: Karen's sister Ilse on her first Segway. She looked petrified during the training session.

Karen's sister Ilse, on her first Segway
Karen's sister Ilse, on her first Segway

Karen's sister Ilse on her first Segway tour.

Ilse on her first Segway tour.
Ilse on her first Segway tour.

Karen on her 8th Segway tour in Seattle, Washington. This was one of the few tours that had a lot of other people on the tour.

Karen on her 8th Segway tour
Segway tour of Seattle, Washington

The Segway tour went down the Seattle Waterfront towards the commercial and tourist areas of Elliot Bay, and the Segways glided past the Aquarium and more.

Karen Duquete on a Segway
fish pettern on the sidewalk

Time to stop and listen to some history of Seattle.

history time
Ilse listens to the history of Seattle
sisters on the go
sisters on the go

Time to cruise around on the Segway and the two RV Gypsies' did their own thing for a bit.

Segways on the boardwalk
Karen Duquete and the big ferris wheel

Geoff was wonderful. He was an excellent guide - so full of great information and very happy to share. It didn't feel like a conventional tour. Geoff was real easy to talk to and his main goal was to make sure everyone had as much fun as possible. The two RV Gypsies felt like they had a new friend. And they plan on taking Segway tours with some of his companies in other cities.

Ilse Blahak
Lee Duquette
Karen, Geoff, and Ilse

Karen cruised around enjoying the thrill of being on a Segway again.

Karen Duquette on a Segway

Below: A small water fountain and pond shaped like a fish. Lee too a picture of his reflection in the mirrored window.

fish shaped water fountain
Lee Duquette's reflection in a mirror window

Below: Passing by the Bell Harbor International Conference Center.

International Conference Center

Cruising through Seattle on a Segway.

cruising through Seattle
cruising through Seattle
panorama

The two RV Gypsies returned to this and many other areas after their Segway tour to get more photos and history. More about the fountain and the Olympic Sculpture Park shown in the two photos below, plus the Space Needle, art and more can be found further down on this page, and also on this site's main menu for Washington state by using the link at the bottom of this page.

water fountain and statue
Seattle Segway tour

Below: The Space Needle: The two RV Gypsies have posted a separate section with more photos of the Space Needle.

The Space Needle
The Space Needle
The Space Needle

The Seattle Center

Below: The Segway tour went to the Seattle Center which is located by the Space Needle and near the amazing Chihuly Garden and Glass. More of the Space Needle, Chihuly Garden and the art are posted in the Seattle section; see the link at the bottom of this page.

Seattle Center signage
art int he Seattle Center
Karen and Geoff in the Seattle Center

Karen rode her Segway toward and under the art at the Seattle Center.

Karen Duquette and art at the Seattle Center
Karen Duquette and art at the Seattle Center

The International Fountain: Located in the middle of the campus, the fountain operates all year round. Built for the 1962 World's Fair, the fountain was built as a modernist water sculpture. With over 20 spouts, the fountain goes through programmed cycles of shooting water patterns, accompanied by recorded world music. The music is changed every month, and chosen to coordinate with the water patterns. The two RV Gypsies did NOT hear any music coming from the fountain.

 

It was a steep incline down to the International Fountain. Karen and Geoff were the only brave ones on the Segway tour that wanted to get closer to the fountain, and even got a bit wet.

Geoff helps Karen down the steep incline
Karen and Geoff cooling off in the water
Karen Duquette loves getting wet on a hot day
Karen Duquette loves getting wet on a hot da
sisters
the RV trio
water dome in Seattle
water dome in Seattle
The RV trio and the Space Needle
water dome and the Space Needle
water dome in Seattle spouting water
rest area
the RV trio on Segways
Star wars people
Star Wars people
Star Wars people

Pike Place, the market area. More photos of this area are posted under the Seattle section of this website.

Pike Place
Pike Place

This was an amazing tour and the two RV Gypsies plan on visiting Geoff in Tampa later this year, and taking a Segway tour there too.

Geoff Karlavage's business card

Other pictures taken while on the Segway tour are posted with the rest of Seattle's photos.

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Please continue on to any of these 44 sections in the state of Washington that you have not yet seen. There is also a link to BC, Canada below.

Travel to Washington

Segway tour of Seattle

Seattle, Pike Place, Waterfront, Sculptures

Art at the Seattle Center

Chihuly Garden & Glass in Seattle

Space Needle in Seattle

Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Settle - July 1

 

Anacortes & Cap Sante Marina

Cape Flattery / Tootish Island / Neah Bay / Sea Otters / Sea Caves

Deception Pass State Park

Deception Pass Boat Tour

Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge

Forks (as in the Twilight movie)

Mount Baker

Mount Erie & Lake Campbell

Mount Rainier National Park

Mount Vernon and the Skagit Riverwalk

North Cascades National Park

Ladder Creek/Powerhouse Gorge-day

Ladder Creek/Powerhouse Gorge-night

Olympic National Park

Hoh Rain Forest

Marymere Falls near Olympic NP

Pillar Point County Park - Clallam County

Port Angeles

Port Angeles Whale tour

Port Townsend

Chetzemoka Park in Port Townsend

Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend

Point Defiance Park & Garden in Tacoma

Rainbow Falls State Park

Sandy Cove Park - a great picnic spot

Spirits of Iron Sculpture Park

Sekiu Overlook /Whale Trail & Rosie

Snoqualmie Falls

Strawberry Festival in Marysville

Totem Poles & Jamestown S'Klallam Indian Reservation in Blyn

divider bar

funky hamburger joints

Restaurants

 

Chehalis campground

Thunderbird Resort TT in Monroe

KOA-Port Angeles-Sequim

Seattle / Tacoma KOA in Kent

Concrete / Grandy KOA & TT

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go to the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies AFTER you have seen all of the above sections, please continue on to British Columbia, Canada: Cultus Lake, Bridal Falls, Harrison Hot Springs, City of Hope, the tunnels, Whistler, Brandywine Falls, Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish, Shannon Falls, a bear tour, Lac La Hache Provincial Park, Prince George, Glaciers and waterfalls in Smithers, salmon jumping , Indians net fishing and more.