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... book "1001 Places to see before you die - USA & Canada" with as many roller-coasters as I can find, and a not insignificant number of craft micro-breweries thrown in for good measure!
One of my reasons for wanting the Motorhome in the first place was to find like minded people to share parts of that journey with me (so the need for accommodation on wheels).
It's a work in progress - will keep you ...
... Wipeout'. We laughed real hard. It was goffy, but funny.
The dump cake finally finished and Talita and I went to Mt. Vernon downtown where they were having a sidewalk sale. We walked for about 4 or 5 blocks and browsed through some stores then came back the other side of the street. Poor Talita, her feet were swelling. I told her it was time to go back home but she wanted to stop at Hobby Lobby to show me some pictures she had ...
... Deception Passage".
Plaque explaining the history of Deception Pass "Deception Pass - Named By Captain George Vancouver 10 June 1792. Feeling That He Had Been "Deceived" As To The Nature Of The Inner Waterway, Port Gardner (Now Saratoga Passage) he Wrote On His Chart "Deception Pass."
In the waters of Deception Pass, just east of the present-day Deception Pass Bridge, is a small island known as Ben Ure Island. The island became ...
... through their towns and cities, but we arrived in Mt. Vernon Washington around 3:30pm. We stopped for a soda to kill some time until Talita and Nick got home. We even had a moment to stop in the Carter’s Outlet store to pick up a few baby boy outfits. Talita and Nice are expecting their first child in Oct.
About an hour later we went to the house and there they were with open arms.
We went to a Indian ...
... section produces a great deal of produce, beef and dairy. Numerous rode side stands were selling berries, corn, apples and peppers. We stocked on some local fruit. I was keeping my fingers crossed that they would not get confiscated at the border. As we turned the corner to head towards the border crossing, we see a Costco. Still having $50 Canadian dollars - we made one more stop. Many of the items are the same we are familiar with ...