So now we're in Seattle. We've kind of settled on the Doubletree at Sea-Tac for our pre-flight hotel when flying out of Seattle. They have a family room which has one king bed and two queen beds, free internet and breakfast (for gold members and above, but that's very easy to achieve), and the rate includes 14 days of free parking. There's also the fact that it's a Doubletree, which means warm chocolate chip cookies when you arrive! Another bonus is that it's right across the street from a Jack in the Box, which leads into today's strangeness episode.
Lori and I walked across the street to get dinner for the kids, and for some reason I decided to take a picture of the Jack in the Box emblem. It was one of those 50ft high poles, designed to be seen from the highway, so I zoomed my camera and took the shot. We went back to the room, and when I downloaded the pictures my youngest daughter noticed something on the Jack in the Box sign. I don't know if it's standard on the new Jack signs, but I'd never noticed it before. If it's not supposed to be there, somebody went to an awful lot of trouble to put it there. It kind of looks like a Cookie Monster ghost in a chef's hat kind of thing, but I'm pretty sure Cookie Monster is still alive and kicking on Sesame Street, so now we're trying to figure out who's haunting Jack in the Box (or at least their sign.)