DRIVERS: A Seattle salute

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My wife and I returned from an overseas trip via the Seattle Airport. The agent at the U.S. Customs desk asked where we were from, and we said, “Coeur d’Alene.” He responded. “I’ve been there — I really liked it. People there know how to drive. They don’t tailgate or cut people off.”

Way to go fellow drivers! Let’s keep it up.

DAVID WARNICK

Hayden

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