Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Bellingham
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... service on both rides.
4. Vancouver is safe: I felt safe walking alone at night and never felt like I was being watched or had to guard my valuables too closely. Of course, I still did.
5. Vancouver is troubling: Even though I felt safe, I saw a lot of troubled people here. Numerous times on the bus there were people who didn't look right or were slouching in seats. On Monday I heard a guy talking about drinking all day, and it was ...
... Emergency Roadside Assistance, our warranty company and stopped at a repair facility. Looks like we can't get the motor replaced until after our Alaska cruise and tour. Oh, well, we can still travel on down the road and sleep in our bed.. Back on the road, still heading north, we headed on up through Oregon, all the way through Oregon. I hate to repeat myself, but again the scenery was awesome. There are just so many words I can use ...
We made our way south along Interstate 5 and stopped a Larrabee State Park for some hiking. As you can see from the photos the woods and the shoreline was great. We also went to the little town of Fairview, which is about 15 minutes away. It is a summer town for food, books and tourist just having a nice day stroll ...
... encounter the ultimate test. Nanette and I are “oat and aboat” around lunch time and it’s time to eat. I’ve just started to dip the second half of my bread roll into my steaming hot bowl of chilli when she smiles ever so sweetly. “How would you like to trade some of your chilli for half of my Panini?” Panini? That’s healthy stuff isn’t it? We may be in Canada, but some things just aren’t up for sale eh? No ...
... be honest, it really hasn't sunk in yet, and I don't know how I feel. I suppose I will have a better handle on it once I land, or am in the air with nowhere to go. I don't believe there is much more to say at this point, other than the fact that this will be my touchstone. If all goes well, the itinerary should look something like Seoul, Daejeon, Seoul, Ilsan, Seoul, and Gangwon-Do. That is all I will write as I still have some preparation to ...