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Located on Paine Field, Historic Flight at Kilo 7 narrows its sight on a particularly important segment of aviation history: 1927 to 1957, or the period between Charles Lindbergh's solo crossing of the Atlantic and the first test flight of the Boeing 707. The museum offers a glimpse into the three decades in between, housing a collection of restored birds such as a 1939 Waco UPF-7 biplane and a 1942 P-51B Mustang that saw action in World War II. Visitors can inspect each fully functional aircraft up close inside the museum hangar, possibly even witnessing new projects in mid-restoration or?if it's a designated "fly day"?recent completions taking off from the runway outside. Videos, pictures, and other multimedia accompany each flying relic, helping observers form a well rounded appreciation for the eras in which they flew.
Licensed massage therapist, personal trainer, and nutritional consultant, Karla—who has also worked with chiropractors and naturopathic healers—has experience with a myriad of wellness programs. That’s why she founded fitSpa, a wellness co-op that tends to all aspects of health and beauty. From healing massage and body work, to wellness-building personal training, Zumba, and metabolic conditioning, as well as Hatha and power yoga, Karla and her staff restore bodies to a natural balance.
Arnies Restaurants keep their inspiration close. Stationed on the Washington shore for more than three decades each, the Edmonds and Mukilteo institutions overlook the Puget Sound's rolling waters like two trustworthy lighthouses. From Edmonds, a wall of windows looks out onto the Olympic Mountains. From Mukilteo, diners can peer across to Whidbey, Hat, and Camano islands. At both, sunsets color evening dinners, the sounds of storms rolling in add atmosphere to midday lunches, and ferries pulling in and casting off from the harbor bring with them endless people-watching opportunities.
Along with these panoramic views comes a rich spread of seasonal Pacific dishes. During spring's wild salmon season, the chefs create special preparations on Arnies Fresh Sheet menus. Cashew-crusted lingcod and sea scallops in a champagne cream meanwhile reach further into the waters' bounty while also demonstrating the kitchen's skill. And for those who are content to stay on land, a slow-roasted prime rib or salad mixed from local produce balances Arnies' menu.