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My hotel fireplace looks like Darth Vader. I'm ready for your puns - let's joke about it, otherwise it's super creepy. I'll get you started:
"Luke, I am your fire"
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... seem to locate a place with water views so we ate at a local downtown spot. Parking a 33 foot RV on the street takes some doing. We only managed because it is off season, middle of the week. We got halibut and a crab cake. Halibut is not local but was the catch of the day. The food was good. They also had rhubarb pie. Ed broke down and ordered one. It took forever to come but when it did it was about a 6 inch freshly baked individual pie with whipped cream. ...
... some incredible future blog entries. First up was this old guy, DirecTV dish set up and padlocked to the trailer. Although the campsite was ocean-adjacent, I saw him outside exactly once: to yell at a newcomer for parking his RV where it blocked the old guy's view from his door. Drama at the campground. I grabbed my popcorn and watched.
... was too rough for my limited abilities. However I did get some great shots of this longhorn on the way back to hwy 20.
I camped that night at Silver Lake County Park.
Then I drove to North Cascades National Park
Mile 44 has a short hike though more old growth trees.
I spent last night at Bay State ...
... flight to Kansas. Then we were off on our adventure.
The first leg was to Port Townsend for a 30 minute ferry ride to Coupeville, Whidbey Island. The seas were calm and the sun was shining brightly, as we enjoyed sailing by small islands. We decided to drive to Anacortes, then make our way back. Anacortes was a fishing, canning, logging and mill town. As these industries dwindled, they became ...