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... and we gave her some tips on what to do in Australia, as she had just booked a holiday to Sydney that morning. At $5 a head, we tasted several locally made brews, and were amazed at the types of apples they used, even miniature crab apples. But the bonus was, we got to keep the glass goblets we used in the tasting.
Time for more exercise, we went for a stroll through Center Island Forest. In pursuit of a geocache on top of a hill, ...
We awoke around 8:00, I can't remember looking at the clock, time is irrelevant at the moment, so nice not to be on a schedule for the next few days. There had been a tiny bit of rain overnight, but still warm enough not to need a jumper.
Our hosts provided bagels and coffee for breakfast, but I used my tube of Vegemite and had it on toast for the first time in ages.
Lazy morning, we walked along the stony beach as the tide was out. Jonathan wasn't happy when ...
... trees in the US (including the largest Spruce which we visited) . The lake made us rethink some of the ways we wanted to spend the next few weeks too - perhaps a small RV or some other way to enjoy some of the parks in the north west would be great.
We had lunch in the town of Aberdeen. It did not feel terribly prosperous, but gave us a chance to try Denny's, a food chain diner. The service was friendly, the food was both tasty and affordable, and ...
I went paddleboarding at Dockton Park. Which is where you stand on a board with a paddle, and paddle yourself along. I got to pick up some jellyfish called moonjellys. they don't sting. they are see-through too. We had sausages for dinner and they were yum.
I find myself in another US airport today. There's a huge window about 10 meters high looking out to the air strips here at Seattle airport, so I'm sat in front of that watching the planes take off and chilling out in a rocking chair. Yup. They have rocking chairs lined up along the window. It's kinda fun.
My flight is only to Vancouver, about 50 minutes. Seems a little silly really but that's the way it goes. Red tape and all that. I'm really excited ...