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... We had planned on spending the night there but since we were now on Pacific time it was only 12:30 so we pressed on to Washington State to stay at the Fam Camp at Fairchild AFB. So far Eastern WA has been a huge disappointment. Unfortunately, it reminds me of days spent in southwest OK and North Texas.
Heading out early tomorrow to press on ...
... that Paris rental car return fiasco...).
Thanks for following along on the blog...it was good discipline for me to write for an audience. Hope you found some intriguing things, and I apologize for getting longwinded sometimes, like dragging out a day just lived in airplanes and airports. ;) Planning and taking our trip was a lot of effort, but Dan and I were blessed by working through the stresses, sharing the experiences and making memories together. It was all sorts of fun...and ...
... of eastern Washington (see Mary's pictures). The whole route paralleled railroad tracks but I was disappointed in what we did not see. As we left Everett we paced a very small train, two locomotives pulling two caboose. This is the main line over Steven's Pass but there did not appear to me much traffic on it. East of Wenatchee we played tag with a rail line that I soon determined is a lightly used segment used to service grain elevators. I ...
... so I got four different IPA's . . . and they were all very good! The picture makes these look like mugs . . . but they are not more than a pint . . . sort of like holding the little fish out front to make it look larger!!
Then, it was back to the station . . . I took some pictures of the improved digs that I am posting . . . . The queuing was the usual Amtrak uncertainty and confusion . . . we thought the sleepers would be boarded separately and ...
... all over, the run and the USA road trip. UGH!!!
We called up the insurance company and sat around half the day hoping they'd send someone out. Wouldn't you know it, the sun came out (that's not a metaphor for this particular situation). As the day progressed, no call. Steve and I went back out to see if we could put it back together enough to drive. The real problem was not just that the 9' by 10' (or so) fiberglass panel was ripped in half (along with a large ...