Copper Creek Inn
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- Microwave in room
- Free parking
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... are tinted, I'm pretty sure I could be seen when it was dark outside, not that anyone cared about a lady reading in her car bed. Other campers were far enough away that I wasn't worried.
For my windows, I'd made some really rough mosquito nets out of sheer curtains and strong magnets. They really did the trick! You need to have some air flow if you sleep in a vehicle, or you'll get condensation all up in there.
At about 10:00, long after ...
... jam jars we watch a bit of New York Rangers losing to Los Angeles Kings in game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final a lady in there is quite loud she's fine and has a laugh not unlike Popeyes which we hear quite a lot, a few more beers and a wine for the missus then we walk home at the end of another perfect day and a final treat for us is seeing a small herd of Elk feeding in a field just down from where we are staying,up the steep hill to our cabin and relax with a couple more drinks ...
... as he called it back to LA first and then to Australia.
Thursday 22 August 2013
The drive to Seattle was pretty uneventful on the interstate I-90. We arrived about 2:30pm at the rental car place which we had a lot of difficulty in finding due to our dodgy GPS and multiple address changes by Enterprise. We picked up a blue Toyota Camry and headed to the RV repair place to drop off the RV to get the awning fixed and cushions cleaned.
Zach was ...
... t be captured very well by photo and you just have to see in person. On the way down, we glissading. This is something that I had not done before. It is like sliding down the mountain through grooves in the snow. I kind of felt like I was going down Mt Rainier in a water slide, which was much funner than walking down. It took roughly an hour to get down to the halfway point and another 45 minutes from there to the parking lot by foot.
... to a hugely long bike event beginning in Seattle, ending in Portland (200 miles = 13 hours); Sally had to join her team in the annual 'Relay for Life’ town fundraising event – for survivors of cancer – they raise sponsorship for cancer research through walking around the oval for a 24 hour period, Sally’s rostered walk time was 2 – 4 am. Inspiring to see the start of the Relay – with so many cancer survivors, carers and supporters ...