Port Augusta Inn and Suites
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... had intended to spend the 1st night over on the west ocast of Vancouver Island, but then I read that there are bears of concern to campers, and motel (resorts only) rates were big bucks, so I decided not to go there. Am looking forward to my 1st night, tomorrow night, camping in a remote and "mysterious" Olympic Nat Park campground in the far NW corner of WA. I'll head home via N CA and then Nevada, motelling it ...
... 70'ish day, sunny, and it was wonderful to just sit on the driftwood and gaze at the sea and the surrounding snow-capped mountains in the distance. Breezy couldn't believe her luck in being able to bounce around in the water; it must have tasted a bit brackish... bleh! phooo!! ... but she didn't complain too much. So we'll do some more exploring on foot today, kayaking Sat., then start getting organized for blast off on Monday. Thanks for reading!
... and could take time off whenever and for however long you wanted what would you do? Would you sit around and just drink cocktails forever? I bet you could find things that you are passionate or excited about. Travel, train for a race, work towards some project, research, create or strengthen a relationship with someone whom you would have been to busy for otherwise. A new definition of wealth is freedom to control your time and spend it in a ...
... 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">After crossing the highest point on the I-5 with 4300 ft. elevation, the Siskiyou summit – we went back within a few meters into winter, snow on the trees lining the street.
... due to logging going on it was closed. So we chose another shorter walk passing some very nice houses to another look out, but trees were so full of leaves that you couldn't see the view anymore. We decided to walk along the train tracks back to the house via the bridge that we saw earlier, which was a little scary as it was rather high up and we wouldn't have much room if the train came along. We got back safe and sound and then spent a few hours sitting in the garden reading in the ...