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... night preparing us for Spring in Vancouver!!
Drove through these Magnificent Mountains today starting with Mount Shasta 1,4179ft. In 3 days we have gone from desert to this mountain view! This is why we love driving in North America - it's spectacular beauty! We've passed through this area many times we really should plan on stopping & exploring it one day!!
I thought I had posted about my change in plans last week, but my daughter just told me it was not on the blog. I know I wrote my siblings and must have thought I also posted here. Corey has not been progressing from the treatment for her "reactive arthritis" that was diagnosed about 4 weeks ago. Fortunately she and I both have some wonderful relatives and friends ...
... br> We get up around 9 and decide to walk to Pike Place market to have breakfast. We had researched a little crumpet shop that was at the market and we decided to eat there. The shop has been in operation for over 35 years and serves organic crumpets with all kinds of toppings, from traditional honey and jams to eggs and meat. Lyndsey chose a simple ...
... which are nice to see. Some of the downtown streets sport perfect arches of trees which looks really cool against the backdrop of commercial infrastructure. The eco-friendly initiatives are everywhere. The solar-powered garbage bin compactors were new to me but make considerable sense. Less garbage rounds. We did some preliminary shopping which, let's be honest, is why we're here. Anything cultural or educational is a bonus but will not be willingly sought ...
... and pavilions. There were rooms, gardens and windows to view between them. We also watched a calligraphist working with a brush to print Chinese poems. What a delightful and restful place!
Note: From the guide, "The ideal life was to be a hermit in the mountains, surrounded by nature. Since city life provided more comforts and pleasure, nature was brought to them—on a smaller ...