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- Pets allowed
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... I kept running into the same girls from L.A. -- Flor & Amanda...after the 4th stop we are now pals.
The jewel of the day was time at Paradise. It really is a gorgeous section of the park. There are still a few wildflowers blooming and Mountain Ash Berry trees are bursting with bright red berries. The volunteer walking up Nisqually Vista Trail with me told me that the bears love them. So where are they?
After he turned down ...
... here and we had to limit our RV water supply and use the local ablutions so we didnīt have too much black water! Also the generator could only work at certain times of the day due to it being a National Park but this all added to making it a quiet tranquil place so we could not fault it.
The next morning we woke, ready to explore this amazing National Park. We had arrived in dark, so had not seen much the night before. It ...
... fighter pilots. We headed back, the woke up the next morn, not too early. We went kinda north to Mt St Helens to the Windy Ridge area...along the way we synch'd up witha retired Airman, alomost my age, as we hit the views and stuff.....i could tell he was a player character right away...a ginger airman, but he didnt drink or smoke much....still, the kind of person you would add to your trip on the fly. Mt st helens seemed very different now, i think ...
We are all ready to leave today. Our flight leaves at 1:00 PM and we will be in Amsterdam tomorrow morning.
This is all came together on March 13, just a month ago. We were sitting in the cell phone lot at Seatac Airport waiting for Monica's flight to get in and I decided to check flights to Europe using my phone. I couldn't believe it when a Delta nonstop flight popped up using our miles. I saw that it only cost $154 for ...
... We also passed a dead elk on the side of the road but I don't think counts either. We soon approached an area called Chinook Pass that was gorgeous. There were so many cars we weren't sure we were going to be able to park but we got lucky. This is where we got our first glimpse of MT Rainier and we were in total awe. It was the most beautiful sight I've seen on this trip. We took lots of pictures but it is more beautiful than the photos. There was a small ...