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... the curator. Alexa tried out the aviator goggles from the WWII era.
It was still cold and foggy at the campground when we returned. We decided not to drive back to Rialto Beach. We are tired of being in the car for hours on end. We went to Crescent Lake instead. We parked about the Crescent Lake Lodge which is about a 30 minute drive from the campground. The lodge was neat. There is an open lobby with a bar, check-in area, ...
... is front of us going on the ferry, but is directed to another section . . . we are positioned in the center . . . and can get off the bus . . . but the ride is only about 23 minutes . . . so just enough time to go to the bathroom!!! Back aboard, and we get off in Edmunds . . . and on to sections of I-5, the main thoroughfare in Seattle . . . and we are glad that we are swimming in the right direction!!!
We get to the big Seattle Greyhound bus station within about ...
... of two spaces near the cabins ( but not obviously allocated to a cabin). Just as I get out, an old woman comes from a cabin near to the space and says to her husband ( not to me), "She has parked in the space we wanted to park in". Not wanting any problems, I say that I am just checking in and will move it in a couple of minutes when I know where our cabin is. This isn't good enough and the husband asks me to move ...
... paths again. Until we do, stay safe Ruth – you’re quite a lady!
After we had waved goodbye to Ruth we did a brief diversion off the US101 to drive to the Sol Duc Hot Springs, a well known and historical spa village tucked into the mountains of the Olympic National Park. Established in 1912 as what was to become a very desirable destination for the
well to do of that era who wanted to soak in its therapeutic spring water, the very impressive ...
... 64 day Cruise to the Asia Pacific in 2007. We have remained good friends and “shipmates” via email and phone calls. Nick is a retired navy “ship driver” and has had the sea in his blood since his youth. If he had the money I think he would live on cruise ships. He is one of my “encouragers”, and blog fans. No doubt you have read his comments at the end of some blog pages.
Connie Palmer; Barbara and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking