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... and to Vancouver Island. Once we arrived at home we moved the final items into the coach. During the week Tony had done most of the preparation of loading groceries and food (of course only the type we could cross the border with—no produce and no meat). Once loaded we said goodbye to Liz and Leo, loaded the pups and headed about just around 11:30 AM.
Along I-5 we stopped at Camping ...
... Riesling and a short rest before heading out to dinner. We had decided to go back to the place where we had had a drink last night for dinner however we had trouble locating it this evening. We walked for about 30 minutes before deciding to give up and have Mexican. It was delicious and of course we found the other restaurant on the walk back to the hotel. Once again we have very full stomachs and we are looking forward to getting back to normal sized ...
... lost on random streets. We eventually found a few state parks which were pretty cool and decided to and grab some food. Still feeling hungover as balls I was dreading the thought of eating but Jess was hungry and like a typical girl wouldn't eat unless I was going to as well... ****! After eating half of my sandwich I had to have a sneaky tactical barf in the restroom. Luckily I had a lot of gum but this made me paranoid the whole ******* date that ...
... above a massive lake. It is hard to describe but they do not look real. unfortunately the Government decided to shut down while we were there, so we had to skip yellowstone and glacier national park on our way out.
So due to the shutdown we shot straight northwest for seattle, Washington. We couldn't make it in one day so we stopped along the Montana/Idaho border to camp in a national forest for the night. When we arrived at our site, it was ...
... been sunny and hot. The cooler weather is a welcome change, and I am sure the scenery we are about to experience will more than make up for the hot and sunny days we left behind in California.
Will post updates to the blog while travelling at sea. However, won't be able to post them until we have access to wifi, which may not be until we get back home in a week from now. Stay tuned!