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... is also a ferry service from Seattle) or you can do the long 'down & up' drive. It has several micro-brewery pubs and boat marinas that you can walk through (which is nice because many are now locked up) and lots of good places to eat (including the brew-pubs).
Port Townsend was going to be the the end of the expanding rail road line because of it's fine harbour and so a few magnificent building were built ...
... meant putting a gallon of gas into the tank and driving until the reserve went on, then filling it again until we reached our destination. Not an exact science.
Once at the shipping company, they made a spot in the warehouse where I could prepare the bike. We took all our essentials in the saddlebag and tour pack soft luggage and were able to keep the tools, helmets, and rain gear on the bike. I had ...
... skills’ . . . something that involves experimenting with what we would call the ‘potty’ (ie. the potty) and what the Yanks would call the ‘potty’ (ie. the potty or toilet). She has become so proficient with both that on her latest trip to the loo with me, she rushed to stand in front of the urinal beside some rather confused gentleman and declared she was going to ‘wee like daddy’. It was as much as I could do to wrestle ...
... border was lovely at the beginning because it all ran through farm country. The border guard was civil today so that was a pleasant surprise. I took highway 9 today and actually did not get lost. the road was slow but lots of fun to drive on. Based on the smells, I rode through dairy country, hay country and strawberry country. Sherry and I were talking about farm smells this morning. I must admit that I like farm smells ...
After a breakfast of coffee and hot cakes at the Golden Arches,we headed out the Lochside Trail for Victoria. A sunny day with a cool breeze, but we were able to wear shorts and the ride was awesome along the east coast of the island. When we got to Esquimalt, there was a stiffer breeze and a noticeable chill in the air. Definitely not shorts weather! It soon started to hail as we searched for a Timmy's. Stumbling across a Starbucks ...
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