Extended Stay America - Seattle - Bothell - Canyon Park
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... of the country that we were unable to get to due to schedule and their accessibility. If you plan to do the highlands, you will need a jeep-or-better style heavy duty 4x4 – an AWD auto/SUV isn’t big enough. Prepare to spend a LOT for the vehicle and a LOT on fuel. Again, you can hit the highlights and even delve deeply into specific areas without the extra cost.
We wound up running our car a total of 2,513 kilometers or ...
I also have some great college friends in Seattle. Jim Craig and his college sweetheart Christine have four kids and live in a cool part of town called Ballard which is where a lot of fishing / water activity happens. I met Jim, Christine, and Jeff Riley, ("Tree") who was a fraternity brother of mine, in Ballard for dinner and drinks one night. After recounting a lot of stories of my college years, I have either lost memory cells or I was ...
... ticket a lady yelled out ‘hey you guys, have you paid yet, we are leaving and it’s outrageous to charge $7 for a Saturday so please take our ticket’. Wow we can’t get over the caring spirit we have shown so far.
When we came into town we came across a square surrounded by different food trucks including Thai, Indian, Mexican, Turkish, etc. We wandered around the block looking at all ...
... Our friend Tiff who was heading back to California drove us to the airport so we could pick up our rental car. Being that we will be driving plenty of miles and have the car for 2 months the lady at the rental place wanted to upgrade us from our booked Ford Escape, and that she did to a Cadillac Escalade! The thing is awesome so big and luxurious, everything is electric and so comfortable to drive now im happy to drive most of ...
Elevation gain: over 180,000 vertical feet (max day 17,500)
Highest elevation 10,600 ft
States: 9 (all western states) except NM
State-line crossings: 21
National parks: 5 (missed Capitol Reef due to schedule and Arches and Canyonlands due to weather)
While the 997 miles we spent on interstates and four-lane limited access highways was significantly higher than my goal - ideally zero - the ...