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... planes.We were quite chuffed that we actually found our way to the right road.
We have stopped for the night in Leavenworth. This is Bavaria in America. All the places are built as in Bavaria with window boxes and heaps of flowers. Our hotel room is full of furniture that has flowers painted on it. We went out to dinner and I had a wiener snitzel which was good and we were serenaded by a bloke playing the piano accordion. I have decided that I don’t like ...
... place which I forget the name of, good ice cream too. We kept following the road and we ended up on a ferry which took us over to the town of Everett. and then crossed the Highway 5 and headed east towards Mount Baker. It was a beautiful drive through the mountains. We saw a church that was so small it would only fit two people in it. We also saw a place which had a fence build from old Snow ski"s..all on the wrong side of the road with too much traffic to stop ...
... of power, noise and roostertails-more exiting for Jim than me. But it was a gorgeous day with sunshine and temperatures in the 80's so who could complain! We stopped to enjoy some wine, smoked salmon and cheese at a winery along the river, then grilled some fresh seafood we had picked up at the market. The end of a beautiful day! After a few days of good eating, drinking, hiking and relaxing we headed south to ...
... wagon," a far cry from the tourist-priced restaurants dotting the main street. It's a food truck, permanently parked at the laundromat, featuring some of the best Mexican street food I've had in a while.
I could get into the politics of immigration and migrant farm workers...but I'll stop with the observation for now and simply put tacos in my mouth hole.
... soon yield to acre upon acre of orchard. Although my mother has famously said, "God doesn't plant trees in rows" (every time we added a baby tree to the landscape), there is something beautiful about linear produce.
You know I found a farm stand to purchase some apples. Amused, I passed several proclaiming, "WE HAVE HONEYCRISP," as I was transported back to autumn in Minnesota where the Honeycrisp is the ...