Wallace Falls Lodge/BB
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We have settled in here since the end of August. This park is quiet, lovely, and really close to Shelby and Jim. It's also always full and hard to get a site without advanced reservations. It's been a treat to spend a lot of time with family and friends. Shelby and I took a Thai cooking classes, Laur and I wine tasting at Dusted Valley and Mark Ryan in Woodinville, Jim BBQing and Seahawk games making us howl with work stories, IMHS football ...
... to the good old days with two knobs, the one on the left being hot and the right cold?
I am a big fan of Coke, as are the rest of my family. Supposedly, Coke and Pepsi are equally popular, yet it seemed that 80% of the places we went served only Pepsi products. Since neither of us liked them, we drank a lot of lemonade or root beer.
While flying, we listened to satellite radio most of the time, either a channel called “The Blend”, which ...
... and Jake,our entertaining tour guide, took us to several vendors where we got to taste wonderful smoked salmon, yogurt, fresh fruit, jellies and cheese. He lead us to the "Gum Wall" and introduced us to Rachel the Pig. Rachel is the Golden Pig that stands in front of Pike Place Fish Co. All monies collected from folks taking her picture goes to charity. It was great ...
The Seattle neighbourhood of Fremont is known for its funky, free-spirited, hippie vibe and to exhibit these attributes, a summer solstice festival is thrown each year. The main spectacle of this once a year event is the well known and well talked about naked bike parade. Yup, that's exactly what it sounds like. Hundreds of naked people riding bikes. Riding bikes isn't all that comfortable to begin with, I know that from our 60 mile bike ride on the Burke Gilman trail so to do ...
... day here with a promise of 72 degrees.
Sitting on the deck in the morning, soaking up the sun while enjoying our coffee neither one of us could get motivated to pack up and leave so instead we enjoyed the morning and then took a leisurely bike ride on the Sammamish River Trail just over the hill from home.