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... on the Puget Sound, we proceeded to head towards the freeway…The traffic…oh the traffic. Where the hell does it all come from? Not being rush hour I assumed that there must be an accident further south. I5 was literally stop and go from Tacoma to many miles south of Olympia….No accident….No road works…Just sheer numbers of people on a major freeway creating a parking lot.
... 20 Malaysian cents, 2 Japanese Yen, 5130 Korean Won
# of times we did laundry: 8
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 31
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 6
Next stop: Oregon Coast
Day 2 - Castle Rock, WA - Tillamook, OR
Ah, to awaken among the forest's fresh air and the sounds of birds singing. Oh wait, that's not singing, it's cawing, and those birds aren't anything like the the sweet birds in a Bob Marley song. While the rest of the family sleeps unperturbed by these inconsiderate beasts, I figure that if you can't beat 'em, join 'em, and decide to take a morning walk through the trails.
After breakfast, we begin packing up ...
... is good and a Jr. cone is too small.
Onward and upward...
Our last day of pushing north takes us through more little towns...many on rivers, and sloughs...quaint...some a little sad and empty. We took a stop in Seaside for a skate and bathroom break. Chum and I walked down to the river (always searching for a look at an otter-no luck yet), however, we met an interesting old lady who pointed out an Osprey nest that has an ...
... that two lakes were formed, 57 lives were lost and the mountain lost over a thousand feet in height in the eruption. Triggered by an earthquake, the explosion caused the largest recorded avalanche in history. There were interactive displays that showed how the continents have moved over time and where the volcanoes of the world are located. It was interesting to see that none exist on our side of the US, while the west coast had many!