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... 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 ...
... the ungodly hour of 5:30am. Hugging them goodbye felt awfully sad, but I think they may come visit me next year so I can return some of their amazing hospitality. My flights were uneventful though long...Munich to Paris, Paris to Amsterdam, Amsterdam to Vancouver. I watched movies and TV and they fed us lots so I was actually pretty happy on the flights. When we flew into Paris though I wanted to just run out of the airport and ...
... all timber hotel burnt to the ground just 4 years later. It was rebuilt soon after in far less grand style and then again in the 1980s and is today a popular spot for visitors from all over the NW US states and from British Columbia. We spent about an hour there also enjoying the three
pools that were open and ate our lunch afterwards in the warm sun by the car in the car park. The resort offers accommodation in cabins and several camping options are available in the ...
The city of Victoria at the Southern end of Vancouver Island remains the Provincial capital of British
Columbia. Its sedate atmosphere belies its rough and tumble past
.This former fort, gold mining supply stop and opium import center is now so genteel. Victoria's former prominence was undercut by the Canadian Pacific Railroad when ...
We are down to the wire and of course our Granddaughter(Kris)is lolly gaging. She is taking the furniture and it has to be out of here today.
Mary is going out of her way to help her. Jeff is here to help and yes he is a BIG help.
He is moving to Spokane and is using our truck to take his stuff and tow his little ...