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... it was off to bed because traveling all over the west coast takes A LOT out of you. Plus I'm still dealing with that evil cold I caught in Oregon. I'm much better than I was except for a drippy and congested nose, ear pain, and a cough that doesn't seem to want to go away, but that's way better than it was the day before.
Then it was up up up the next morning, and off to Olympic National Park, which is our 5th National Park of this trip.
Leaving Klamath Falls was a largely uneventful drive. Lots of the wonderful one-lane highway driving that I enjoy so much. I did notice that Klamath Falls had a surprising amount of rednecks, as the graffiti in the bathroom revealed their love of homogeneity.
Our only major slowdown was in the drive through Deschutes National Forest, where route 68 was having construction and ...
... to get it taken care of. Alaska Air was the first leg of our flight. Don't know why American wouldn't take care of their own problem. Hmmm
Checking in at Alaska, a supervisor had to be called in to work on our problem. She wasn't too happy with American for passing us off to them. Her comment, "They did you wrong!" After working and working she was finally able to get us on an 11:50pm Alaska Air flight ...
... on the whole time! The wines after a while started tasting the same which became funny! I even had to loosen my belt!! Went out on another pub crawl but not for long That night as we where super tired. The next day we did our own thing I walked around the market and then headed over on the ferry boats to Bainbridge island with some girls from the hostel, was cool walking around the town and had some ice cream and did some wine tastings. ...
Lazy morning in Winnipeg before heading back to Seattle this afternoon. Weather still very nice in this part of the country so the plan is to walk along the river near the hotel to the entertainment/shopping area called "Forks". Next to this area is a brand new Canadian Museum of Human Rights which only opened a few weeks ago. The $350 million museum is quite an architectural landmark, designed by a New Mexico architect, Antoine Predock. We had intended ...