Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Bellingham
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... on Sightseeing: $81
Not too shabby!
3, Vancouver is friendly:I was very impressed with the folks in the service industry. I'm not sure about the rest of the locals, but everyone at the restaurants were chatty and friendly. They wanted to know where I was from, how long I was staying and if I enjoyed Vancouver. There was a lady at the Skytrain station asking if we needed help as soon as we got to our platform. And Amtrak? Wow! ...
... in the early 1850's during the gold rush, there was a new bakeshop. The owner had just painted a canvass sign and had hung it out to dry. A passerby saw the sign, which was hung backwards with the B hidden. The passerby only saw the letters Yreka. So he assumed that was the name of the town.....and now you know the rest of the story! On a sour note, our hydraulics motor decided to quick working. The hydraulics work the slides and jacks. We ...
... deck opened in Bellingham, WA. Those doors swung open and she was ready to rock-and-roll out of there. In fact, POR and POJ were also happy to rock-and-roll off the ferry.
All-and-all, it was a pretty boring ferry trip. We were scenery'd-out; we didn't see much wildlife --some whale tails and that was it; aside from drinking, which started earlier and earlier every day, we couldn't do much: Judy did some jewelry and I read ...
... occupied, so we tell Millie we want all five of the shelf sets she has in stock. No problem. I gasp as tiny little Millie, who looks about 45 kilos/years grabs some of the heavy boxes and loads them onto her stock cart. She then proceeds to roll them to the checkout, haggles with the operator and a supervisor about the discount, and then takes them to the car park before smiling and returning to her post.
... will arrive back at the
starting point more rested and relaxed than when we left. For those reading this blog, I
recommend that you give train travel another consideration, you just might get
off the train a little more in love with this country and each other.
Thanks for following us back and forth across this great country.
Bob & Deborah