Juan de Fuca Cottages
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... started to smoke and spit little flames. Those of you who know my 'desk situation' know that whether my desk is home, in the motorhome, or in an office--there is ALWAYS a pile of papers. Smoke--little flames---paper-----NOT a good combination. Fortunately got it unplugged before any damage and by evening had a new LED monitor in place. Geeze---new hearing aids, new tires for the motorhome, new tires for the jeep, ...
I am laying in my own bed right now trying to get my mind to settle despite my tired body. I have been awake for more than 24 hours now and am trying my hardest to stay awake so I can get my body back into this time zone. It helps that I don’t have an internal clock. I am so happy to be home...but heartbroken at the same time.
Brett and her lovely Daniel were awesomely kind to me this morning and drove me out to the ...
... paths again. Until we do, stay safe Ruth – you’re quite a lady!
After we had waved goodbye to Ruth we did a brief diversion off the US101 to drive to the Sol Duc Hot Springs, a well known and historical spa village tucked into the mountains of the Olympic National Park. Established in 1912 as what was to become a very desirable destination for the
well to do of that era who wanted to soak in its therapeutic spring water, the very impressive ...
... in the morning, an hour’s bus journey, a cup of tea and a bagel we arrived at the ferry terminal, justified ourselves again to the US customs, although the lady was very nice and seemed more interested in confirming our details and hearing a little of our adventure than interrogating us, which was a nice change, we boarded our ferry to Port Angeles where we have to then catch two buses to Kalaloch our campground by the Sea in the Olympic National ...
... put them on Craigslist. Will work on getting a small car to tow. That will be a lot simpler and safer.
If anyone is interested, I will post a link as soon as they are on line.
Will keep all updated as soon as we start traveling.