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Our home base while in the beautiful town of Sequim WA will be GilGal Oasis RV park. It is a nice park with friendly staff BUT rather tight RV spaces. Pete's rig is within two inches of being against a fence--however--the sky is 'clear' for satellite and they even offer free DSL internet so it ...
We have had two fantastic days travelling by train to Vancouver. Besides the glorious scenery we were treated like royalty, there was nothing that we could have wanted. The staff were friendly and hospitable. We were in the Gold Leaf with the glass top and both agree that it was worth the extra money. We were able to move around freely, we had a dining deck below and a viewing platform. The passengers in the red leaf needed to sit ...
... Thanks, Barb and Dennis for recommending this tour.
With taking all morning on the tour, we didn't get to Sequim until 2:30. So, we did a quick set up, and took off to see what we could. First stop was the Dungeness Lighthouse which is one of the oldest lighthouses in the Northwest and is one of the very few that allow families an opportunity to ...
... the train station.
If there is a tsunami, I believe I can swim, but I hope I don't take on water in my new lady parts again.
Dad I know you are worried but please don't fret, for I've alrdy done everything wrong but it's not outta me yet.
The good news is I have a smart companion, one who will be there for me and call me an ass panda.
13 more days and a couple of miles, I'll talk to you all when we're in the land of smiles.
Well here I am. The timeline is real. I'm even counting down! 38 hours until I go to the bank and pick up the US funds I ordered. 41 hours until I'm on the ferry to Seattle. 61 hours until I'm on a plane in the air. In less than 3 days, I will be en route to Nicaragua. And I will be gone for six weeks.
It feels like these last 2.5 weeks have just raced around the corner, and here I ...