Inn At Port Gardner
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... looked at a few things and discovered bubble gum alley. We checked it out, it's about 10m of alley that is fairly covered in gum. We added our own pieces, got our pictures and headed off for lunch at the pike. It's just a restaurant that does its own beer and uses local products. After lunch we grabbed a couple pictures, some prawns/shrimp and local flowers and tried to navigate our way home. We made a stop at RadioShack to get a phone to use. Which came in handy to find the bus ...
... to come to the realization that it has gone down somewhere.
Over central Washington, Alex and I talked about the things we'd liked and disliked about the trip. Some weren't surprising, such as the fact that he hadn't really liked Oshkosh, but that it was "OK". He also loved playing with friends, new and old, at the various stops. He didn't like having to leave some of these friends when we did, such as Cameron Shearer in Dayton, ...
Early start to the airport for the flight to Seattle. The freeway was very busy at 8.00, but had a lovely sunny morning to enjoy the scenery( I did), I think Nev was concentrating on the driving..
Flight is at11.55.
Carry on luggage, people were taking 2 or 3 bags for free, it is $25 for each checked bag. A lot more than you are allowed back home!
We left at 12.30 and arrived in sunny Seattle at our ...
... Kickin' Boot Whiskey kitchen in local Ballard. This was a favourite for me with a friendly atmosphere and belly warming home style cooking. I sampled the smoky slow cooked pork shoulder with a side of spinach and bacon with delicious home made white garlic sauce. OH YUMMMM. The girls were happy with their grilled cheese sandwiches and fries and Wayne enjoyed some sticky, smoky BBQ ribs!
Aunty K and Uncle B watched the ...
... coffee and the lady was very friendly to me. She told me of a campsite nearby and I decided to call it a day. I walked through the entire town in 10 minutes and found a campground. Children pointed me out to their parents as I walked the streets, any outsiders really stick out in a town so small. I set up camp, made a fire and sat down exhausted. A police officer approached me, not really seeming suspicious but purely perplexed as to what I was doing in Floodwood. After ...