R.R. Thompson House Bed & Breakfast
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The food was really delicious - the meat came from happy cows apparently, the lettuce was so fresh it crunched delightedly and the tomato was red and juicy. Yummo!
We also had a nice conversation with an elderly lady at the table next to us - she said she used to be English, and had come back to the US following her Air Force husband at the end of WWII.
Full, but not defeated we headed to our next stop, the Packer ...
... well-contained fire within the park. Still unsure of where I'll end up or where I would camp, I impulsively took the Rising of the Sun road further into the park and it was a wonderful decision. Just within the first few miles of driving the narrow widing road, the scenery was magnificent and it continued on as I drove further up and into the park; stopping fr
om time to time at designated road pull-outs to take pictures and marvel at the views. ...
... out the discrepancy when we started looking at our route last night. And only figured out why as we saw Olympia today.
When we got close to the Oregon border Peg noticed that Suzie was routing us out of our way east and south of where it looked like the park was on the map. We figured out later that this was because Suzie thought the park was some 25 miles further south because I had not put a minus sign in front of the longitude. This was ...
... be tasty! The breakfast was a slight improvement on the last place; there was a toaster, some sort of flat bread cake and 'jelly' (jam) with fresh orange juice, coffee and probably other things if we'd have arrived earlier. After a shower, we got ready, made some sandwiches and headed towards the 6 bus. The weather was hot, the sun was shining, and our ghostly skin sizzled in the welcomed heat. Portland is significantly warmer than ...
... Seems to be the theme here, second careers.
To finish out the day, we went to Long Brewing Company, or Paul Long's garage. We tried a number of the beers he makes and he even let us smell the hops he uses. That was pretty cool, now I will recognize a "hoppy" beer. I think this was some of the best beer I have had. Really shows the quality when someone puts out such effort. And to continue the theme, ...