Puget View Cottage
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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
... B we are staying at while seeing Mt Rainier NP. It is a beautiful English cottage type home situated on Puget Sound (sits at the most southern point where it is still salt water). Although it was raining when we arrived we could tell the grounds and gardens are really something. The Inn is owned by Linda and Don. Don is a retired AF fighter pilot and a commercial airline pilot. Don has flown a lot of AF and even some ...
... old pictures around the vistitors center it was amazing to think of people visiting, hiking and enjoying the mountain in similar ways that we enjoyed it today. We enjoyed a good pizza dinner at Dirty ***** in Lacey. It was a nice day! 153 ...
This is my pre-trip post to see how this all works given I have not blogged before. The first flight en route back to Seattle from Louisville is about to land in Atlanta, "Please put your seats in the upright position, tray tables up, make sure all electronics are turned off at this time, and anything you have had out during the flight is stowed under the seat in front of ...