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Travel Blogs from Ashford
... to guide Augusto to retrieve those. For those that are my age, does that Brady bunch episode when the family on their way to the Grand Canyon stop in an old gold mining town and get locked in that jail come to mind? That's how I felt. I've digressed - so picture this Augusto's arm holding a hiking stick through the kitchen window. Kat and I are on the other side of the RV through the side window holding a flashlight through ...
... for Ketchikan, but first another water borne adventure with friends Gary Swanson and Nancy Molloy from Hawaii.
Gary and Nancy live in Honolulu, but keep a 36’ Norstar yacht in Bellingham for cruising in the Northwest. We are meeting up with them for a cruise to San Juan island….one of Bill’s all time wish list items comes true! We land in the Bellingham RV Park, set up the rig and go out for dinner with the Gary and Nancy to plan our trip to Roche Harbor the next ...
... put on my rain jacket just to be prepared. The highway is very narrow and there is almost no shoulder with the road dropping off into a deep gulley on both sides. Early morning traffic heading north was heavy but, thank the Lord, most drivers were respectful of my presence on the road and passed by with a good few extra feet to spare. My bright Petzel lamp on my head, a flashing red light on my chest, luminous bands on my arms and legs and a bright orange rain ...
... closed, except for a small snacker. There were lots of folks there, since it has one of the best and closest views of Mount Rainier. We got back to camp in time for me to take a nap. Dinner, later, was leftovers of some great meals from not to far back in the recent past.
It’s dark now and extremely quiet. Campfires are burning and folks are relaxing and probably talking about the great day. I do know that we had ...
... be rushing it. I'm already a month "behind schedule", so who cares anymore. As Kev from Hood River said: just let life take ya.
So I took a couple days in Seattle to wind down (since my life is so tough and trying) and get myself back on track before moving on to something new. Paradise, at the base of Mount Rainier, was recommended to me. A 2 1/2 hour drive from Seattle, but I figured why not.
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