Three Tree Point Bed and Breakfast
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... had a nice quick visit. I then stopped by Costco to pick up ribs for the BBQ at Brandon’s that evening. More sucky traffic along Highway 99 all the way to Green Lake. We got the Weber heating up the charcoal. I’ve never cooked my ribs other than on propane so this was a bit tricky making sure the heat was right. Brandon had a bunch of friends over along with Jacob and Alli. The basketball games were on and we all had a great time. ...
Tues 17 – We were too tempted to visit the Olympic National
Park so we went in our hired car and took the ferry, to explore the place.
Olympic encompasses several distinctly different ecosystems so every turn you
take there is something completely new to see. First was the deep, turquoise
blue Lake Crescent with eagles flying above it was a great first stop. We then
drove to our ...
... stores is that they smell like years and years of collecting dust and look like a scene from an old horror movie but the history in some of the items in this place was amazing and I'm sure if I could afford it I would need a sea container for all the beautiful furniture I wanted. After looking through the store we headed back along the river we got a little lost and saw a staircase leading up to the back of the markets with a group of locals ...
... but do come close to the road.
A beautiful clear blue sky in the mountains became a cloudy day in Denver. The airport there is the 5th busiest airport in the USA and is a maze to find your way around. Fortunately we had enough time to check our baggage,have a late breakfast before we boarded our flight to Seattle.
A pleasant flight and soon we were descending into Seattle. Interesting to see the ...
... It was a white table cloth restaurant without the cloth. We were teated to something called an "amuse-bouche" which is French for something to amuse your tastebuds. Then we shared a grilled summer salad, polenta with shitaki mushrooms, crab beignets (compliments of the chef who had chatted with us) northwest seafood stew. Each dish was delicious and left thrilled with our selections.
We walked back to our hotel and called it a night.