Angelica's Mansion Bed and Breakfast
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We went out to check out some shops in Bonners Ferry today. We went to Far North to pick out a beanie for Len and Leatha to give Chevy. We also bought another camo hat for Kyle and I bought a hoodie as well. We then went over to Lawson's and bought some under armour pants to keep us warm underneath our snow pants. I also found a sweater that ...
... no Team Elephant.
For many of us who came of age in the 1950s and 60s, America's roads and the cars that cruised them came to define the country itself. For those of us learning to drive in underpowered cars on goat-track roads, the image of American V8s on sweeping super highways was enchanting. It was the stuff of fantasy and I remembered those fantastic images from my youth as we drove our hire car up Interstate 5 north of Los Angeles ...
... 45 pm), we landed at Philadelphia Airport and headed for immigration and customs. Immigration lines were pretty fast, as were customs. But we were sad to realize our two seed packets from a Scottish garden shop weren't allowed, since they didn't have the right seal on them. Oh, well, glad we didn't buy more than two.
Almost two hour layover, then a short flight to Reagan National Airport in Washington. I really liked the high, arched ceiling and yellow and ...
... been a busy little place with all the people and merchandise arriving from the mainland:
There was lots to see and we took a walk along the docks:
We even saw a couple of the float planes take off:
But the day was wearing thin and we had to make it north to Nanaimo to reach the ferry in time.
We did ...
... We did have an oscillating fan though. In the morning, the drill Sargent (me) woke us up early to make first tracks on the mountain. With breakfast done, repairs made to my tire, and water in our packs, we headed to the lift. Much as I've read about Whistler you'd have thought I would know the difference between cross country and gravity! Anyway, we were the only ones in the lift line without full face helmets. Undaunted, we continued on. ...