A&E Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Lazy morning, early lunch finishing off our corn cob stash which we shared with our host Jacquie.
Off to find some nice walks (with geocaches on the side!). First stop was a loop walk around Fisher Pond. Lets say we were pessimistic about the pond existing for the first half of the walk. We were walking on a path through thick green forest, freshened up by the recent rain, when finally the forest opened up to reveal a pond filled with (dead) ...
... us was very friendly and knowledgeable and of course Jonathan kept the conversation flowing as usual. Her 'mom' and a family friend were also there for a day trip from Olympia.
After going for a drive to check out where we needed to catch the ferry to Seattle on Monday, we stopped to admire the view and found Palouse Winery. The tasting here was $10 per person so we tasted the 5 reds and left it at that. The wine is made here, ...
We awoke feeling very rested, and looked out the window at.... fog. Thick fog.
After a pretty tasty breakfast of last nights leftovers on toast, we headed north to Pacific Beach, a nearby village which had coffee, petrol and a cache. After Seabrook it was interesting to see how the other half lives, with a camping ground (where a tiny vintage tear drop caravan was dwarfed by it's neighbouring super-RV with slide out rooms) and holiday homes that ...
... we've found places for everything and there are now just a couple of bags that we move around each night before bed. We have a bathroom, but we're staying in campgrounds with toilets to make it a little easier, so now our camper bathroom is where we keep our shoes and the dirty washing! We try to eat outside as much as we can, and ...
... was cancer...and they award $1,000 scholarships to winners in several categories. It has become a hugely popular program and a wonderful educational tool for the community.
We could go on and on about this great organization...one whose services are provided free of charge, eliminating financial barriers to participation. We hope that you will be moved to donate to The ONE Ride to help fund Gilda's Club Seattle and the people they support every day...along ...