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Rasar State Park is our favorite place to camp in Washington. We first came here in 2012 on our very first outing in Tami Shoo. Thanksgiving this year was spent in Jedidiah Journey at Rasar, sharing time and good food with our friend Pauline.
To kick off our arrival dinner we had a delicious roasted squash filled with all kinds of delicious stuff like sourdough bread, cream, bacon and cheese. It was a ...
... I imagine that this was when this land was destroyed. Very heartbreaking to see.
We stopped in the town of Twist or something like that and we got some gas..Kaff came out of the Servo ticked off because the woman inside was not very helpful or friendly. Her gas was cheap though...
Surprise of the day was our next stop in the town of Winthrop. It was a totally Western style town. ...
... role in James Michener's Alaska, which I read prior to the trip. We actually saw the house in which Michener lived while he penned Alaska. We didn't know it at the time, but Sitka was the only highlight of the four day ferry cruise, and I do mean the only highlight. Oh, I forgot, we did see a lighthouse one day.
Here's a little insert on Sitka:
... amp; both are on the same taste level as International Roast... I don't think anyone really drinks instant over here coz after trying those I went out & bought a coffee plunger quick-smart! Mum I might have to get you to bring a jar of moccona over when you come :) Saturday 06.04.13: A big happy birthday shout-out to Karen - hope you have a great one! :) xx Today it was again cold & rainy all morning so we didn't even go out till lunchtime. I'm stoked coz we tried the ...
... with waterfalls all around. Worthy of national park status! That was only a preview of the North Cascade National Park area we passed through next. The kids rallied for a couple of quick stops and hikes along the way to stretch legs and breathe some clear air. With that, the mountains were over and on to Birch Bay and the Puget Sound.
As we entered Birch Bay things immediately felt different. After weeks ...