Anderson Creek Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We arrive at the ferry landing at 2:15pm for a 4:00 departure - motorcycles are lined up ahead of the cars, and we wait for over an hour in line with at least 40 other bikes, and maybe 60 total riders, swapping stories of our journeys throughout Alaska. At last we board, riding the bikes into the lower-most deck of the ferry, single-file, where we proceed to tie them down in order to secure them for the voyage. It’s a bit of an added exercise in patience for me, as I figure out ...
... the campfire? Yummy! And the final leg to our goal of reaching Bellingham, WA, halfway point of the continental US road trip. What can I say about driving right through downtown Seattle? I want to move there! Huge evergreen trees, massive bodies of water, mountains on either side......beautiful. And while we are here in the great northwest, there is a heat advisory. No rain like we had expected, but instead temperatures roaring up to 90. ...
Today marks the day for the start of our U-Haul 5-day cross country trip from Bellingham, Washington to Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The route plan will take us from Bellingham to Grant's Pass, Oregon the first night - hopefully no snow enroute. From there we'll be updating from Reno, Nevada, Las Vegas (of course Las Vegas), Nevada, Santa Fe, New Mexico and Oklahoma City, OK before rolling into ...
Wonderful night of sleep at Richard and Leah's Cool overcast day--typical Northwest weather for me evn though Richard says there have been many sunny days this summer Went to pickup Eric and Ali On the way to ferry stopped outside Boeing plant in Everett Drove ...
... and have agreed to use our three hundred tonne plane as a scrum practice dummy. Progress is slow but we eventually reach the taxiway. Everyone waves to the lads on the runway and we are ready to go. The engines roar to life and, finally, we are ready to launch into the wild grey yonder. One last announcement comes over the intercom as I write this - "sorry folks, there's a problem with the inflight entertainment system. We will try to reboot it." Rule ...