Big Sky Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... if I’d heard the shooting. He was pretty steamed. Apparently guys come from town this time of year, park right in front of the ‘No Shooting, No Hunting sign’, go down to the river where they call down the geese (I'd heard them calling and hadn’t realized what it was) and shoot at anything that comes near. There were no geese in sight but he said they were feeding nearby. All I could think was, those ...
Day 2 (April 18, 2014) - On the road by 7:30am after breakfast. First up would be the Snoqualmie Pass which I must confess to being a little anxious over the prospect of crossing what with potential of snow and all. Reader boards warned of snow and slushy conditions on the roadways and snowing. It was snowing but the roads were not slushy - thank goodness. We do have chains mostly in case any ...
... to say the least. Some coins are worth several thousand dollars and most, hundreds of dollars. Imagine the insurance as well as the safety precautions that must be in place.
Click on the video to see. Also notice the trained crow they have in this place.
Steffie and I woke up at 8am on our last morning in Seattle and quietly got ready while the others were still in bed. John wasn't in bed however, he was already off to work, but he ended up taking a day off just to say goodbye. We gathered some last minute internet information and after a warm goodbye to John and Zemeer, we hit the road. We had breakfast at McDonalds which wasn’t healthy, but is hardly routine for us. We headed south ...
... and sent them to insect heaven. We spent most of our time indoors due to their presence. Lynn kicked my assets at Phase 10, which is nothing new. I’ll have to take a sabbatical of a year or two to build up my luck and confidence, I reckon.
We’re the only campers in this ten site campground. Some noise emanates from the highway and an occasional train, but otherwise it’s quiet. A blessing to be away from the city for ...