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... br> After my stroll, I headed back to Cruzer to give my “house” a thorough cleaning. First, I cleaned out my closet (aka the trunk), then moved on to my bedroom (aka the backseat, which stores my tent, sleeping bag, blanket, pillow, and sleeping pad). Next up was my kitchen pantry and refrigerator (aka the passenger seat that houses my cooler and floor that stores my food). Finally I tidied up the transportation area (aka the driver’s seat and compartments that ...
... On a couple occasions as we were driving and Suzanne was reading the book we passed road signs indicating we were ON the Lewis and Clark trail. What a fantastic way to experience this history.
As we approached Salt Lake City the traffic started to increase and then got really heavy. The thing that really struck us as we entered the city area were the massive mountains on the Eastern side (Wasatch range perhaps?). It ...
... grasp what happened: We drove through a cloud!
We're so high up that the clouds are actually touching the mountain range. Very weird experience.
After about 2 hours drive we locate a Subway and decide to have breakfast here. Really need coffee. Unfortunately it seems we've encountered the only Subway in the world that does not poor coffee. Great! It's not that they ran out, there is no coffee maker to be seen anywhere. What is this strange town that refuses ...
... was gorgeous. I love waterfalls.
That night we went to the boys lacrosse practice, which was a lot of fun. The next day we left. We had SO much fun.
So, we left Portland and drove to Seattle. Seattle is such a cool city. We stayed in a very hip neighborhood called Capitol Hill, which we arrived in at about 1:30. We had lunch at an Italian restaurant, then went to a little minute-clinic to get a prescription for Lucy, since her nose was STILL runny. Sam ...
... I decided we will certainly need another vacation after taking the kids to Cabo for a week in December. End of May seemed like a great time for the trip: just before the high tourist season begins, take advantage of the Memorial Day holiday, and the best chance for good weather (at least, that what the research told us).
Since returning from Cabo just before Christmas, I had spent much of the time to this day researching our Ireland travel ...