A Lighthouse on Hammersley Bed and Breakfast
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Left Swinomish Casino for our next adventure. Travelled to Anacortes - nice little community but not much to see. We then left for Coupeville where we caught the ferry over to Port Townsend. Not much there either except for the Old Fort which we didn't go into. We then headed for Poulsbo - a quaint Norwegian town. Was looking forward to a good Norwegian meal but all we ...
... enjoying the evening outside their rooms, that their normal clientele was something other than our lifestyle, and we began to look elsewhere. The Bass Motel advertised "drug free rooms" for $40.00! We finally found the Budget Inn, a modern motel for $79 for one queen bed. This was all we needed as Dave and Ann would spend the night, and start riding the next morning. Lea, Gayle, and Norma were planning to go on the Pocatello ...
... this morning there was low cloud/high fog and it was with us much of the drive and definitely cooler -- long pants were indeed in order and though overnight was not as cold as Santa Fe and Albuquerque it felt colder-- must be the dampness. We both totally agree it was a wonderful RV Park at Seven Feathers-- definitely well worth the 10 10 10 rating. We would stay there again.
Well, as our first big adventure draws to a close (we crossed the 45th parallel in Salem-- ...
... making the above statement but grasping the notion that the decision doesn't have to be permanent and that we can always do something different was just what we needed to begin concrete plans to "go south".
Destination ??? FLORIDA ! !
Well, why not start at the farthest point, see parts of our wonderful country that we’ve not seen before ...
We are just beginning our journey to Israel with our PLI group. It occurred to me this past week that the adventure has already begun. We are packing, checking itineraries but more importantly, we are already placing our future in the hands of God. We ...