The Inn at Lucky Mud
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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... I go to the gun cabinet and luckily I am the only one there because I realize my gun is the nicest one there and I don’t want someone upgrading to mine! So I get the gun in my case and in my saddlebag. Washington no longer honors my concealed carry permit so the gun must be in a locked case. Finally, it’s my turn to get off the boat. I get on dry land and spend a few minutes securing my load and I am ready to ride! Leg one of this adventure ...
... dozen pics of. It was fun. I think we all dreaded going back, but there really was no short way ... that we could see.
On the way back, at one point, I stopped to spray more repellent on me. While I was doing that, I was most viciously attacked. Usually when you are moving, mosquitoes don't really have a chance to bite but these never stopped. It was really horrible. Finally I made it back....in ...
... and even docks washing up on shore in Long Beach, just north of here. They were part of Japanese Tsunami debris. Some locals were dragging empty boat trailers and motors to the Long Beach. I wished them luck.
This is the end of the trip on this short paddle week.
Stay tuned, and See you on the trail.
... to catch up with this and also test the roof repairs – they seem to have worked. Nigel can fish on the Lake while I write and upload photos. The past week, we’ve had glorious weather and wonderful scenery . I’m going to try something different this time. I’m going to ask you take the journey with us by clicking on the photos below where you’ll find some brief, but hopefully interesting, ...
... I went back to the hotel and read Bridget Jones in the lobby. Snorting occasionally, especially at the ****oons bit. When it was time to go I perked up a bit, jumped on the MAX for 2 stops to Union Station, and then waited excitedly for the bus to Astoria. The staff are all so helpful, I asked a bus driver if he was the right one and he looked all proud and said no but told me all about the bus I needed to take. In London, I would have been grunted at for ...