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- Left Aunt Megan's after breakfast and drove 2 hours over 72 miles to Olympic National Forest.
- Took one of the eight nature trails and enjoyed a picnic lunch that Aunt Megan packed for me.
- After lunch and some more hiking, I took off on the two and a half hour drive to Puget Sound.
- Stopped off at a Wendy's for dinner and ...
... touring the Khao Sok Lake by boat, but mostly importantly we all laughed and had a good time!
My two favorite activities were the elephant nature park and boating around/swimming in the Khao Sok lake. The elephant nature park was very inspiring. A woman named Lek takes elephants under her wing and away from animal tourism so they can learn to be wild animals again. She has such a huge heart for elephants, and it touches my heart to see ...
Between nap-based cajoling, we had a chance to check out the new PCC food coop that just opened a 10-minute stroller's pace walk from their house. Erin is a huge promoter of all things natural, organic, and locally grown, and has probably been a member of this coop since childhood. Even through my intense jealousy ("What is this 'walk to the store' of which you speak?"), I was just as impressed as Erin. It's very reminiscent ...
... control! Most patients are in individual rooms - I was told this was due to infection control. It was nice for the patients but everyone was so spread out and it was hard for the nurses to keep an eye on their patients, especially those at risk of falling. The amount of technology was also an eye opener. There were computers everywhere and each nurse had their own cell phone so the mdt could just ring to get ...
After a yum breakfast at Melinda's Biscotti in Sidney Bunny drove us to the Clipper in Victoria. Surprisingly, it was almost as busy on a Thursday as it had been on the Sunday we came up, and again were glad we booked early as you board in order of booking, and both times we were in the first 50!! Sounds silly, but is great to get a good seat. Fairly smooth ride, but totally foggy in the Strait of Juan de Fuca, but ...