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... laptop. One of my best extended adventures.
It was a good trip to do with a dog, I can't imagine another person with the same level of interest and devotion to following the LC trail as I had.
We traveled south from Skagit Valley over a series of keys, then boarded a ferry crossing the Strait of Juan de Fuca from Couperville to Port Townsend, WA. One way fare was $3 per person and $8 per automobile. Be sure to reserve your spot online ahead of time to secure a spot on the ship! The vessel is a large new passenger and ...
... up. We shared our stories from the park and the vendor shared his stories too (of inside and outside the park). After our story swapping Ible had asked if he had anything from Yellowstone. At first the vendor could not think of anything that he had that could be from Yellowstone, but we could see from the face that he made that something had dawned upon him. The vendor had told us that he did indeed have something from Yellowstone, something from the early ...
Everything changed when we entered and crossed into the Cascade Mountains. Lakes, forests and wonderful, scenic views. We took route 12 which offers many spectacular vistas. That is where we snapped the photo of Mount Rainier.
We drove on to have a wonderful visit with Jim's ...
... funny (but super strategic) piles of stuff: one for the tech stuff (chargers, cameras, cords), one for first aid, one for art stuff, etc. Slowly but surely the list of needs is dwindling.
The Luggage Goal:
- One carry-on packed with our clothes
- One carry-on left mostly empty
- An empty duffel (packed in the mostly empty carry-on)
- His backpack
- My art bag