Juan de Fuca Cottages
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We're all packed! It looks like we have a lot of stuff, but most of it will be given away in Peru. We've got lots of books, games and socks to take to Cusco. We're so excited for tomorrow! Our biggest challenge is trying to sort out this Blog. This entry is our test. Fingers ...
... 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, ...
... all the boats, small and huge, colors. Their harbor water taxis are fun to watch. They also have their government buildings in this area, gorgeous building and grounds! It is Sunday evening, it is busy with people but probably not as bad as it was earlier today. We pick a restaurant, tons to pick from. Of course it is mainly seafood, my favorite (ha, ha!), They do have several beef items, they are out of the one I pick but the waitress recommends the burger, she says ...
We ended up chatting to this articulate and independent lady, by her own admission no longer a “youngster”, who enjoyed life by riding her bike from place to place with just the basics in camping gear on board. Not just riding around say a couple of states in the USA. It turned out she had ridden most of the route we were engaged with from Argentina to Alaska, not once but twice, and had over the years travelled extensively in Europe and in many other ...
... of pants, three tops, two pair of shoes - one pair is Sketchers (very light weight shoe), rain coat with zippered pockets, scarf, socks and underwear for a week.
Do not check luggage - take a backpack small enough for carry on and wear the raincoat with pockets loaded and you are good to go.
Note to self - purchase a light weight rain coat with enough pockets for ...