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... cold, damp, windy, rainy...after all, this was winter in Seattle... And we were a little hungry so we stopped in at the first restaurant that met our culinary standards. It was called Von's Gustro Bistro, which had been in that location since 1912. They specialized in frics, also known as sourdough pizzas. When in Rome, do as the Romans do, so we asked the waitress what her favorite was. She quickly replied that the lardon and apple, so we said that ...
... climbing in Squamish with visits to friends and family in the area. Our first two days in Squamish were packed with great climbs and visits. Our friend Ashley came up from Seattle join us for a few days! What a mix of people and fun!
Heading up the long ...
... that the river can rise 8 feet in 24 hours when they get heavy rains blowing in off from the Pacific Coast . . . this particular location is about 10-15 miles inland and there is no tidal influence of the lake level.
I mentioned that there were 7 cabins built into the rocky outcropping . . . and they 'go down the hill' . . . the bottom two are on stilts, just in case the river threatens them!!!
We finally came to the General Store (that we saw is ...
... warmed up throughout the day, because the sun was still shining.
After we hopped on the monorail, we walked over to find a
bus, it was an underground bus stop, we soon discovered, and we bought return
tickets to the university, which is the University of Washington.
I was looking forward to seeing the university campus,
because I had not been to one yet in the US and I had heard that the University
of Washington has one of the nicest campuses. Which I soon ...