Lost Mountain Lodge
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... you will get ready to go. As always, you think you forget something. But it's not the case. But still you think you do. But you don't. So you get into the car and sit. And sit. And sit. And sit. For three long hours, with kids beside you asking every minute for half an hour long if we're there yet (annoying, right). It's getting dark and you drive through places like Duncan, Ladysmith, Parksville and finally Victoria, a nice and ...
... monitor---just hope I have enough coins for fuel to go home when we are ready.
The NEXT morning, got ready to take the bike out on the trail and had a FLAT tire. Maybe it ain't raining here in Sequim, but there is definitely a BLACK cloud following me. Replaced tire with a 'run flat' bike tire so think I'm set.
It rained off and on as we drove the scenic 101 to Sequim and Gilgal RV ...
... best in town. Manuel has an Italian Fish medley Stew. My burger was delicious, so good and so big. Manuel helped me with some and still I left almost half on the plate. It really was one of the best burgers I have eaten. I also have their world famous Sangria, delicious, Manuel has their Shark Bite Ceasar drink, like a Bloody Mary, also delicious. We had a good time but its getting late and we left Chuckie in the truck. We head back to the hotel for a good nights sleep, we need ...
... the world. She set up her camp in the trees not far from us and later we shared a cup of coffee with her whilst she cooked her last piece of steak along with some rice and mushrooms on her camp fire. We take our hats off to one who has camped in many wilderness areas, always alone, faced down bears, survived and self treated herself after an accident on her bike in which she suffered several fractures, yet had a sunny and phlegmatic approach to the many low points in her ...
... passport, travel documents, ear plugs, toiletries, inflatable pillow.
Wear a money belt but don't carry travel documents in it unless you won't need them in a hurry. Everything I'm taking is black. Goes with everything and we are traveling in a cooler season. By the way, black is the new black. Also doesn't show dirt or wrinkles.
Make a rough plan but leave room for ...