Town House Motel
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... at Sea: Finally back in US waters! We are seeing barge and tanker traffic. Here they told us we could turn airplane mode off on our phones.
Pic 2 - Arriving in Bellingham: Coming into the Port of Bellingham. There are boaters everywhere. It feels good to know I'm getting off this boat soon and back on dry land!
Pic 3 - Bellingham Port: Arriving right next to the shipyard. No fancy port or anything. We are literally right next to a barge ...
... blue. When we got to the Tower, we bought our parking pass ($2) and walked once around the tower taking pictures; then we started the climb up. It didn’t take long to do all that, but while we did, the clouds came in and started lowering. We were able to see almost to the Pacific, but it didn’t come out great in the pictures.
Dan had heard that Astoria had the best seafood in the northwest US, so we ...
... But the drive was gorgeous! Mt. Hood. a volcanic mountain, towers above the surrounding hills and was covered with beautiful, white snow. (I was just glad I didn't have to camp in it!)
Finally arriving in Portland, we drove through the Hawthorne District - trippy! Very eclectic and hip. But what we really wanted was the downtown Powell's Books. We took turns going in and browsing while the other sat at a cafe table outside of Starbucks with Ebony. She ...
... real time estimates of the wait times to be treated. This was rather interesting as in some areas the hospitals were using the highway billboards to show that their service is faster in an emergency. Again, maybe they knew something about the driving risks in the area that we did not.
As for a few statistics of note, we put 8, 818 miles on the RV over the 59 days that we were gone. We added 1,626 miles on the Jeep that we towed as a ...
... by a barbeque on the deck beside the pond. The dogs and ducks provided entertainment chasing each other back and forth. Jane would throw a stick into the pond for the dog to fetch and the male duck would attack him as the tried to retrieve it, all in good fun of course. Every now and then the cat would join in by chasing the dogs….poor dogs don’t have a chance. Off to bed in the guest room to rest up for tomorrow’s trip north up through the Cascade ...