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My greatest thanks to Lawrie, Cindy and Maggie for introducing me to Seattle. To Yvonne at the Duncan RV park, Terry in Victoria, Mark , and Kay for all your help. Roy and Ann in Arctic for keeping the campsite open. Fellow travellers Will, Rob and Felipe. To Sharon, Pat and George and to Barney at the Astoria bike shop for tending to Claud. To Ben for whom I'm destined to keep meeting on the road, it's always more fun to share the rain!
... about 20 minutes from our campsite. We initially walked down to Indian Beach to look for tidal pools and to watch the surfers. The tide was too high for tidal pools (hence the surfers) and so we set out on a "leisurely" hike to what we thought would be Tillamook Lighthouse. Mel introduced the idea of gnomes early on and surreptitiously threw stones into the woods to keep Henry busy. We developed quite a little back story for these gnomes as the hike went on and ...
... friend from Jamaica - Antonette, nothing like getting stuck for the night in an unknown city to bring you close - its all about problem solving (my favorite thing about travelling - note introduction).
The next day I made it into the great city of Portland. Having seen many of the major cities along the west coast, I confidently deem Portland, the greatest American city. Second only to Vancouver, BC.
The newlyweds, Jeff and Janell Brittain ...
Today we drove about 140 miles. Weather was cold. A light rain, sometimes a mist, fell most of the day.
The wetness if the ground made waking up and taking down the tent a chore. We made breakfast at camp and broke ...
... with which we are becoming very familiar by now. good clean accommodation - 2 King-sized beds, en-suite, TV, free wi-fi, fridge, microwave and this time a sofa and coffee table too - all for £40 a night - pretty good.
Tomorrow we push on to Seattle covering the whole of the state of Washington nearly. That marks the northerly limit of our trip.