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... t as beautiful as Lake Louise (Banff, Canada). I hate to admit it but she's right. Moreover this one is actually artificial. From that we had a long drive. We stopped right outside North Cascades for a burger. We entered a restaurant in a place with about 200 souls I guess, and were welcomed by a Chinese lady. She asked if we liked "watel or cofy". I could hardly make out what she said. The place had a weird atmosphere of western and Chinese. As did the menu. ...
... ready to retire. Two days left...tomorrow, we might head up to the Snoqualimie area to see the falls and stuff. We also might go to the Mt rainier north side trails too, not sure yet. In any event we will get our final motel room tomorrow and repack all our stuf and take several showers! Thursday our last day will be entirely in Seattle. We have a 11pm flight, so we will have until about 9pm to kill time in town eating and wandering ...
... I got left the
campground so headed over the bridge to the Oregon side to fill up. My
tank was halfway full when I was reminded that I was breaking the law by
pumping my own gas. Oh, well. I stopped a few times on the way
out of the gorge to take some pictures of the windmills that cover the
hills around the gorge. Benita and Mike must have just left the
campground because they stopped to say hi when they saw me pull over. As
they pulled off, I ...
... room writing this blog for all you folks out there. As soon as I am done writing this I plan to pass out ASAP.
Anywho, we have a long ride tomorrow to Olympic National Park where we will be camping and hiking for a few days. Ible says that our campsite will have wi-fi. Not really camping if there is wi-fi, but it makes it easier to upload these blogs out there though, so I am not going to make a big deal out of it.
Stay calm and adventure on my friends!
... this area. Washington state is a nice mix of farmland and wilderness ( and oh, what wilderness it is !). I was a little annoyed at the Pacific ocean for preventing the panoramas from going on forever. The drive to Mount Ranier Nat. Park was very long with almost no directional signs. But well worth it, for the views are some of the ...