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... Saturday as the line dividing
Oregon and Washington is in the middle of the river!
The streets reminded us of San Francisco because they were
very hilly and steep. We rode all the way up to the top of the hill and took
pictures looking down and discovered “stairs” going down! I probably wouldn’t
try taking those stairs up or down!
On Saturday we left Astoria heading to Gig Harbor, WA. As we
drove we also left ...
... good! Then, we shared a heirloom tomato, arugula, and bread salad. And, we shared pan-seared chicken wrapped in prosciutto with haricot vert. Absolutely delectable!
Oh yeah, Dick is conducting business while on the trip, phone calls, and emails are coming in. Glad we have our phones and the iPad!
Another great day on this trip and in Seattle. Tomorrow, we go the Space Needle and the Chihuly Garden and Glass Center!
So, good night, Seattle!
... Spaghetti Dinner Family Style close by."
Our Journal: Got back to the states at 10:20 pacific time. Left Vancouver for the states. When we got the US border we had to get all of our carry ons off and our luggage underneath with us and our passports. Steve noticed he had an apple in his bag so he had to get rid of it. He was me in line. When I got up to the inspector he came up since the lady asked if I was traveling alone. I thought she meant the YMT ...
Summer has come to Gig Harbor and the temperature has shot up into the high 80s. The town bends round a small inlet on the West side of Puget Sound and is a small fishing port with yacht berths and marinas spread round the bay. Mount Rainier looms over the horizon at one end of the bay and though it is 50 miles away it looks a lot closer than that. (see pic below)
... lot. Probably a combination of both. We actually spent most of the evening in a great scotch bar that had a bigger selection than I have seen before. We ended very maturely at around midnight...
BTW...the seafood was pretty good!
Wanted to head to Mt Ranier, but the weather really never cooperated and you could not see the peak through the clouds. I did get a good pic of "the mountain" on my way to Vegas from the air.