The Lake House at Chelan
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... shoes off, etc. Smooth flight on Jet Blue, no lunches on Jet Blue, had some salami, cheese and snack tray. Arrived at Logan Airport in Boston on time. Long walk through many hallways to Terminal E. Had to go through security again. Harry not so luck this time, he got to do the full check. Aer Lingus flight took off right on time - 9 ...
... is right next door to our hotel, we were delivered to the front door of the hotel - nice side benefit. Out of five passengers, Harry and I were the only ones from USA. Two were British and one from Saudi Arabia, interesting since Wenatchee is not a very international community. A nice dinner at 13 Coins with Stacey topped our first day on the ...
... he loves that track and kicks booty at it). The locals must groan when they see #78 coming, since he won the Regional Championship there a few years ago. BUT, Joe texted us to say they weren't going to make it since they couldn't get the car together sufficiently for the "booty kick" routine I described.
So, two old ***** staring nostalgically across burnt fields with nowhere to go. But it's all good.
We almost didn't get on the road this morning - turned the key and the motorhome wouldn't start! Luckily, we got going early enough in the morning that it gave Greg time to figure out that it was the battery, he got it jumped, and we found a new one in Monroe, went over and bought it and installed it, and we were on the road by Noon!
Nothing special at this park, just an overnight stop on our way...
Today we started what's referred to as the "Washington Back Country Discovery Route" or "WBCDR". Long winded name aside, what it is, is a route laid out by avid adventure touring motocyclists in the state of Washinton that takes you from the Canadian border to the Oregon border on dirt roads. There is a beautifully published color map of the route and there are a corresponding set of GPS tracks available. ...