Betty Macdonald Farm
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... that had been converted into a restaurant 10 years ago. The menu was a combination of traditional US diner style fare and gourmet selections. Jonathan had a burger and Robyn a fillet mignon topped with shrimp and steamed broccoli on the side.
We shared a banana cream pie for desert, more like a cream banana pie, which was too much for us. Jonathan took the remainder home and mixed it with fruit salad for breakfast the next morning!
... then rotated the cob through the bread to coat it in butter.
We then climbed into the rental car and headed to the Burton peninsula for a walk in a rainforest, oh and yes there were 2 geocaches there too. We also found some more fairy homes, it is lovely how the local, kids I assume, have such wonderful imaginations. They are magical places these mossy and lichen covered forests, like something out of the magic faraway tree.
Next stop was the Point ...
... our oranges at this time of the year.
Our next accommodation was on Vashon, an island which is just a few miles off the coast of Seattle and Tacoma, but with no bridges it is quite secluded.
We had to catch a ferry across from Tacoma, which was a fun experience, and then as we poured off the ferry, had to follow directions to Marjesira, a very old three storey home on the shores of Puget Sound. It was built as the post office for the ...
... the belt fingers off which meant I had to install a new belt and sprocket. It was a costly but valuable maintenance stop. I met with Cathy Bacon, the Marketing Manager, and told her of our campaign to raise money for 5 great American foundations. She thought the story of The ONE Ride was great and was willing to send our story and information on our fundraiser in Sturgis out to the 35,000 folks on their email list. Thanks Cathy for your help.
... you should read about it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Rain ier
The drive down there was really misty and we were a bit worried we might not see the mountain or be able to hike up. There's really no point hiking up something when you can't appreciate the views. Luckily by the time we arrived the sun had come out and burnt off all the cloud. It turned out to be a beautiful day. We drove up to an area on the mountain about 5000 feet up, ...