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Visited the Japanese garden as well as the Rose garden in Portland. Both beautiful. Next stop==Astoria (on the Columbia River). Herb and Bob caught wonderful king salmon. Sooo good. Drove across the Columbia river to Washington state, then drove up the west side of the Olympic peninsula where the Olympic National Park is ...
... I'm on to a hotel in Forks tomorrow night! I can't believe I only have two more days of driving and then I'm in Seattle! In some ways this trip has gone by really fast, and in others I feel like I've been on the road for weeks. San Diego seems like an eternity ago. But when I think back to each spot, I have such fond and happy memories! This has been so fun!
Oh and (this is really depressing so brace yourselves) I missed my chance for In N Out...AHHH it's so ...
... louder each time. To help the
confused Lido dining attendant, Bert said, “Get a straight jacket!”
He was also seen at the gym, in just
his underwear shorts. Inside his skimpy shorts, it looked like he
was hiding something from the kitchen. His shorts were so skimpy
that it looked like he had stolen a Yukon gold potato, a nugget
potato, a small grape (in the middle), and tried to hide them all in
Christmas morning on board the ship
is for the kids and the parents and grandparents on board. Despite
the already tropical feel on the air, Holland America really made it
feel like Christmas for everyone on board. Our captain announced
that the radar had picked-up something strange and the leader has a
bright red nose. Announcements were made for families to get to the
Queens Lounge. The line to see Santa stretches so long. She ...
... Lewis and Clark. Bridges, rivers, counties, towns - everything it seems is named after one or both of them, so it makes navigation a little challenging since so many things have Lewis and Clark in the name. We managed however!
On a personal note, Sacagawea had a baby boy while on the expedition, and his name was Jean Baptiste Charbonneau. Any relation????
On the way home, we saw lots of ship traffic on ...