The Hobo Inn
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... become more lush and we could see that lot of the trees had already begun to change color for fall. We even got a few good views of Mt. Rainier which we are always happy to see, even if it is an active volcano.
Ible and I made excellent time, in fact we were a few hours ahead of schedule and had time to kill before we could meet up with our fellow Yellowstoner. We ended up stopping in the nearby town of Puyallup where we had heard that the antique ...
... was baked beans with jerky mixed in to the pot and hotdogs over
the campfire. Not to mention more of that ****** beer. You would think
that after 6+ hours with 3 other people and a large car sick dog in a 4 a
mini SUV, any beer would be delicious, but no, this was still ****.
Sure I drank it, but I must admit, I did whine about it a little. More sitting around the fire which never seems to get old.
After dark, went roaming for a place to take ...
The time is getting closer to leave. We still have so much to do like changing our money, packing last minute clothing and of course the last minute "oh ****, what did I forget" things. My daughter Staci is so very excited now (FINALLY) :)
There are no pictures at this point but I will post as soon as we get there.
... good-ol'-folk decorate their huge wheels with tiny pick up trucks. I passed a property that was festooned with signs declaring a hatred of democracy and a love (and right to) an armed populace. I considered stopping by to chat and take a picture for you but was too terrified!
Worried that I'd be pulled over for my California plate, I turned off the 80s hits, in case the music might be too liberal and cause someone to accidentally shoot me. My CRV started to ...
The day after 4th of July, we had to use our free tickets up on the Mt. Rainier Scenic Railway. It is about a one hour drive from Buckley to Elbe, which is where the train starts. The train runs two hours and stops at a museum that is near Mineral, WA. I guess the things that makes this train unique is that it is an old steam engine train. I have a book ...