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... This small space is easy to live in if everything is neat and orderly but when it's not....chaos!!!!
We got an early start on our ride "down the hill" into Seattle this morning. Since it's Sunday the traffic isn't bad and finding a place to park was pretty easy. We started out our day by walking up to Pike Place Market. This place is huge and is a must see if your in Seattle. Pike Place has several floors ...
... catch I-90 again. Might have been a mistake as we had to drive over 10 miles of freshly oiled chip seal. Later, I inspected the RV to find nothing. The wheel wells absorbed the tar but the jeep sides around doors got some spattering. Sigh. Out will come the Goo-Gone tomorrow.
Just south of Coulee City we turned south on Highway 17, the Coulee Scenic Byway and found Dry Falls which had been created some 13,000 years ago by ...
She worked with a manufactured home company in Canada to customize it to her specifications, then filled it with family heirlooms, art objects from her many trips to Central and South America, books, and other lovely things. She also has very friendly neighbors, some who even come up to her porch! The only thing she doesn't have, unfortunately, is reliable Internet access, which is why this posting is so late.
On Wednesday, ...
... Tim whenever we weren’t together. Tim had gone ahead without me when I was joined by my awesome crew (more on them later) at mile 48 but I came upon him and saw that he was dragging a bit at the 60 mile aid station. I was so happy to see him, but I knew he needed some support so I gathered him up, with my energetic pacer, Aggie, and got him to the Kachess aid station where I knew he would be joined by Adam Gaston (yes, the roles reversed this ...
... and magical of course. Pam had included some family tradition with each portion of the meal. Anne brought the English “crackers” with paper crowns and prizes.
That night we all went to sleep looking out the window to the beautiful mixed message of the gently falling snow. Mixed because the ideal Christmas Eve backdrop of falling snow was also a snow that was collecting quickly on the ground, threatening our drive back down the mountain the next day.