Copper Creek Inn
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... Back in the Oregon Trail days abandoned kids were temporarily taken in by people in the wagon train. The Whitman family, missionaries in this area to the Walowala, took a few in as their own. Toddlers get beat up on camping trips by the conditions. Their curiosity gets them bruises and their lack if concern gets them a million mosquito bites. I've certainly given both my kids Lyme disease... I should save up some money for college so I can do something good for them. The kids ...
... who loves a chat and has a tiny little dog who doesn't seem keen on us at first but soon comes round to us we then go to Blantons IGA Supermarket and buy some supplies we drive up Snyder road about 6miles to the trailhead to the Packwood Lake trail which we are going to do on Tuesday it's about 10 miles round trip and we have to go into town and buy a Northwest Forest pass to be able to do it,back to the cabin for wine,beer and bourbon.
For dinner I have spicy chicken ...
... claiming he was ‘King Mondo’ while all the kids watched and followed him. There was one little boy who was just sooo enthralled with the guitar I had to let him have a turn with it a few times. He loved playing it just as much as Zach, luckily Zach was very good about sharing it with him.
I had a good chat to David’s new roommate about TV and music concerts and festivals while Chris put Zach to bed in the RV and waited patiently for him to go ...
... July 16 Tuesday
Sad to leave Eatonville but needed to get back to Seattle for flight next day. Easy to imagine living in Eatonville – great community, lovely country, fantastic people and outstanding hospitality! The week was a brilliant holiday and we loved re-connecting with the Kings. Looking forward to hosting various family members & friends in Aus one day.
Uneventful drive to Seattle and overnight stay before flying to Hawaii via San Fransico next ...
... then flow to Astoria and the Pacific through a windy gorge marking the state line. The Tri-city area was large and off the path. We were drawn by a Seattle fast food chain that we hadn't tasted in ten years. Ivar's Seafood Bar is on Elliot Bay in downtown Seattle, but they had a chain in this southeast Washington city. It was in a mall. I rember the cod being so amazingly fresh and the sauce and, ooh, it's been ten years! So we went to the mall ...