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Time for some more random tidbits!!! 1) City names are just used over and over across states...we see so many city names familiar to us from MD and PA 2) I love love love staring at maps! 3) Don't buy generic tin foil when making meals at the campfire 4) In our budget, we forgot to plan for firewood and it's costs about $5 a bundle. 5) RVs should come with built in shoe racks, we never know what to do with all of our shoes! Today was pretty non eventful, ...
Planning our departure from Portland, we mull over the many options for a visit in the Seattle area as we head north towards our next destination – the North Cascades National Park. We considered several options such as staying close to the city and focusing on a city-only experience, settling on a nearby island and taking the ferry into downtown for exploring, or a more wilderness setting where we might not go into Seattle ...
... like all vehicles, may contain small amounts of one or more substances which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm" - "Carbon Monoxide Warning: This window is to remain closed when generator is running" - "Exit unlock and slide fully open" Above the door: - "Exit" - "Deadbolt must be engaged prior to vehicle movement" Then there are warnings on the fridge. Above the sink, on the wall. And that's only the ...
... in the daytime doesn’t
translate to warm balmy evenings at the observatory. It gets down right
cold up there with the wind. We didn’t last long and headed back to
the campsite with a side trip to McDonalds to get me the dinner that I
had missed earlier. Campfires were banned due to the wind and dry
conditions. Probably just as well, it was close to 10:30 by the time we
got back. Any fire would be a commitment to a late night, since it is
... to see the petrified trees. In fact, they were scattered all around the visitors center and the parking lot! It was one of the most bizarre sights we have seen on this trip. The scenery was great and the visitors center was actually quite educational. We learned a good many things about the petrified forest from that area along with others around the world (the petrified forests of Yellowstone National Park were mentioned many times in the displays that we ...