BEST WESTERN PLUS King George Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
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... trees. We pretty much just chilled out for the afternoon and burned a couple of pork chops on the grill for dinner.
Tuesday, we arrived at the Peace Arch RV Park near Surry, BC. After checking in, we found that our coach had developed an air leak at the ride height leveling valve so our air bags deflate whenever we shut off the engine. It is a nuisance, but we can still drive it so we can get it to a Freightliner OASIS shop in Mt Vernon on ...
... one show includes “Fly over the US” for free!
We emerge from the show a little wobbly, but exhilarated. We’ve flown over mountains and down valleys, and surprisingly zoomed across Niagara Falls in both films – well, they both claim it, don’t they. Time to find a coffee shop and recover. Hey, what’s that crowd in the urban square opposite? A no-nonsense looking ...
... old. Many parts of the ceiling have been repaired over the years due to earthquake damage. Except the catacombs. They are solid. The catacombs are a series of narrow and short tunnels with dirt floors and a damp musty smell. They were once one of these largest cemeteries in the world and they estimate at least 10000 people were 'buried' there over the years. I say 'buried' in quotations because the bodies really weren't buried. They were laid to rest in open graves, multiple bodies ...
Artist Point early today. What what. More about that in the other entry for Bellingham.
Right now, we're in Surrey, B.C. Canada! Our CouchSurfing host apparently isn't home yet, so we're just at a Starbucks doing some random online schtuff until we hear from her. Or until we just go back to her house. Being unable to use 3G and cell towers is very strange, and makes everything more difficult. But hoorah ...
... and there was a huge wad of 'stuff' in the engine. Wondered why they had to use so much absorbent and what were they doing? Turns out, the rats or mice had moved in over winter and made a home the size of a basketball! Oh, joy!! Anyway, that was good for new spark plug wires. TG nothing else had been chewed up. But after a rad flush, new hoses, a second auxiliary battery, this, that and the other thing AND a trip to visit Mister Transmission, ...