The Commander's Beach House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It was an iffy day, rain, sun, rain, clouds....so we hit the beach anyway. 36 people said yes and MOST showed up!! We had sun and some sprinkles and they total blue sky. So someone was helping us out :) People grilled their own meat, brought their own cocktails and share a dish. Fabulous yummy food and wonderful friends. We love living here and we love everyone we associate with. What a great place we have moved ...
... skills’ . . . something that involves experimenting with what we would call the ‘potty’ (ie. the potty) and what the Yanks would call the ‘potty’ (ie. the potty or toilet). She has become so proficient with both that on her latest trip to the loo with me, she rushed to stand in front of the urinal beside some rather confused gentleman and declared she was going to ‘wee like daddy’. It was as much as I could do to wrestle ...
... that's going to be hard for me to get used to. You are also supposed to dress better, sneakers are out, so are jeans, too heavy to pack when the goal is to carry no more than 20-25 pounds.
I have some of you on the address list, so pass on the information on the blog. On the internet search for travelpod.com/members/buettn to find my blog. This picture of me and Monica is from three years ago. ...
Our Children; finally with this new format our kids could follow us and were encouraged to read about our adventures. That meant a lot to me, and kept me encouraged. Thanks Kids.
Friends; although some did not post comments, they told me when I got home and spoke with them that they looked forward each day to reading “the next issue” with their morning coffee. Thank you Friends.
Some final ...
It was hard to leave our precious little campsite by the Hoh River, but it was time to move on.
So we took the scenic route along 101 from the Hoh Rain Forest, past Forks, Washington (which is supposedly the home of the Twilight series but neither of us had any clue until we drove past all these advertisements saying "Welcome to the Twilight Zone") ...