The Swallow's Nest Guest Cottages
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... the main track and ended up on the other side of the forest before we found the shortest route back to the car. The sheriff who was sitting in his car with engine running in the carpark, was still there when we got back an hour later.
We went back to our room to freshen up for dinner. Just as well we decided to eat out, as our host Marion was having a dinner party.
We decided on going to the Hardware Store for dinner. An old ...
... straight away to take some artistic, photos, so I took a break. The only shells on the beach were scallops, so not very exciting, the pebbles were covered in some kind of sea anemone. There was a tiny footpath above the Seawall, where you walk in front of and sometimes under balconies of other homes, we used this for a speedier walk back.
We had an early lunch, a couple of the corn cobs we bought yesterday, sweet and yummy. We each smothered a slice of bread in ...
... was hot. The waitress was one of many who has asked us where we are from and that she loved our accent.
We also stopped at a vegetable market, where we picked up some fruit and corn at very affordable prices (we decided against buying any cactus to eat). It was here a man asked us if we were from Holland because of our accents! It gave us a chance to talk about fruit exports - the lady behind the counter knew all about Australia because she ...
I had to get Purple Haze to the doctor for a new rear tire and to get fluids changed. We are at 10,000 miles for this trip and preventive care is the theme for today. Lawless Harley-Davidson in Renton WA had a Swap Meet and Customer Appreciation Day going on, so we had a free hot dog lunch offered by the local HOG Chapter and purchased some new H-D gear. This was a stop well planned because it ended up that my primary belt sprocket has worn down to the point the metal ...
... Especially the Rockies. It's the place I've been hoping to go for a very long time. I really can't wait to see that view in the picture that is the cover picture for this blog and the background on my phone. Cue squeaky excited noise.
On Sunday, Carl, Heather and I went for a hike up Mount Rainier. It. Was. Awesome. I've never been up a mountain so huge that it's big enough to have meadows on the side. It was mahoosive. It's a really cool mountain and if ...