Summertide Resort and Marina & RV Park
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... is a tedious task. Anyways, I'll give it a go: I stayed out entirely too late the night before moving day. It started innocently enough at my favorite bar which ended up in riding on the back of a bicycle for the first time (which I had to do because I had never done it before) so I had to do it and ended up staying out until bar close INSTEAD of packing up my life. Therefore on moving day, I spend more time moving than I thought I would.Then ...
8/8 Day 48 We spent the night of our interrupted trip in Puyallup WA. As I mentioned in yesterday's post we had seen Mount Rainer as we drove past Seattle. We got up relatively early and packed up the camper and left it and Tex at the campground as we tried to get closer look. Unfortunately due to bridge closures which backed up traffic for at least a half hour each way and needing to get back before check out time we were unable to get close ...
... t want to eat) nearby and had a nice dinner (without clams) there afterward.
Today we chilled out and did next to nothing except book a couple of RV sites for after we leave here. Looks like we will skip Victoria on this trip. The difficulty of the time and effort needed to take the RV over on a ferry then a couple days later take it again on a longer ferry over to Vancouver just isn't something we wanted to do. So, we will take a little short ferry ride from ...
... one-way loop road to exit that has some wonderful views of the valley below.
By now it was getting toe be about 3:30, and we had a couple of hour ride to the hotel to go, so we thought we were done with the hiking, and we would just ride through the rest of the park. That lasted for about 10 minutes, until we noticed a parking lot marked Narada Falls. So we had to stop, and at least take a couple of pictures. But you couldn't get a good ...
... by Amtrak from Portland OR to Astoria along the Columbia River to commemorate the event.
In 2014 I visited the terminus of their voyage to the Pacific at Cape Disappointment and enjoyed the new LC Interpretive Center. I also visited Dismal Nitch were the Corps of Discovery stayed from 11-10 to 14, 1805 and enjoyed some of the Northwest's colder ...