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... in 1924 when vehicles were fewer, slower and narrower. As you can see it’s an attractive bridge (as bridges go!) but meeting a large truck coming in the opposite direction just as you are passing one of the metal stanchions can present problems. Luckily the rending sound we heard was just the awning strut breaking and not the side of the van being ripped open. Also lucky that the 6 foot piece of metal that was ...
... grad school I am considering is in San Diego, one of the ports we'll be stopping at!
Here is my daily itinerary for each ship:
March 15 - San Francisco
March 16 - SEA Day
March 17 - San Diego
March 18 - Ensenada, Mexico
March 19 - Long Beach, Los Angeles
March 20 - Santa Barbara
March 21 - SEA Day
March 22 - San Francisco to Los Angeles
March 23 - Los ...
... needed exercise. I hadn't ridden the bike in over a week. All worked well except for a front wheel "squeak" problem. Perhaps it's because of the humidity here, since they were silent in Helena. "Such is life," as my dear departed Mom would have said.
The fishers did fine. Lynn caught a 17 pound native salmon and another smaller one. Both had to be released to help build up the population of wild salmon. Lynn got to ...
... small town museums because each one is so unique and the locals usually have some great stories and insights to share. Virginia told me about brothel activity in the old logging towns of Aberdeen and Raymond area, an entrepreneurial bootlegger turned fisherman and a great story about a murderous cook. One of the items on our scavenger list this year is "oh look, a chicken" and lo and behold if they didn't have a chicken in the Seaport museum. I did ...
... with lots of tourism information. We’re still early in the season so there are only 3 of us in the come-and-go part. There are about a dozen RVs in the seasonal section of permanent residents. It’s a good mix.
Astoria is a pretty town of older houses and quaint old downtown. We spent the afternoon wandering around town, in and out of antique shops, wine purveyors and gift shops, upscale and otherwise. It caters to tourists. Twice ...