Blackwood Beach Cottages
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... this HUGE bridge crossing a bay into Washington. I wasn't able to stop for a cool photo of me next to the Washington sign like I did for Oregon, but I think I'll survive. Then I headed to my next campground for my second night in a yurt!! I checked in already, and it's not as nice as last night's yurt, although they look almost identical. This one doesn't have curtains, they're just permanently closed flaps, and it doesn't seem as clean. But it's ok, it's only one night ...
A Polynesian team is on board the ship
to teach us some cultural activities, prior to arriving on Easter
Island, and sailing toward French Polynesia. We have learned how to
make necklaces and bracelets from Kukui nuts, and we see the ladies
who made them, proudly wearing them around the ship. We also made
head crowns and corsages from real Ti leaves flown straight in from
Hawaii. During the afternoon, we have a choice of attending a
Ukulele class, Conch Shell ...
Woke up just after 8am,sea vey calm,don't even feel as if we are moving.
We both feel tired, after our 16 hrs day yesterday,plus the heat,so we are content to sit and watch the ocean go by, whilst watching the antics of the birds following the ship.The birds are busy feeding on the flying fish,which are moved by the bow wave of the ship. ...
... juice to wash down the solid food. Oh, wait, a big egg omelet with
everything is coming! That's only for breakfast. Wait till you see
what they eat for lunch and dinner.
We also saw a few men with stacks of
eggs Benedict and sticky buns, their tummies sticking out too, like
watermelons. They look like they are going to compete for Mr Dunkin
Donuts 2014. None of them will be eliminated. They are all, in our
judgement, title holders. ...
... trucks on the road.
Carrying 4 gallons of gas on the trunk is what I do since Texas...so I have been stretching the miles we covered between fills. I had a Shell station in Beaver located by GPS and was approaching it when we ran dry. I coasted the last 300 feet right up to the pump. ...