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... family of campers I stumbled upon in an Oregon campground that somehow knew I was a thru-hiker and just wanted to feed me everything they had. I will never forget the Seventh-Day Adventist Youth Camp that opened their doors and provided for us food, showers, and laundry. Its the random acts of kindness that really stand out, even amongst us hikers along the trail, how we watch out for each other. Anyhow, its getting late. I must sleep now. My mind, body, and soul needs ...
... which was nonsense as well.
To top it off, the rains came and we got peak hour traffic so covering 100miles took more than 3 hours. We also had to go to Wal-Mart to stock the vehicle with food for the trip and dinner tonight. So, we pulled off the highway as we were tired at about 6pm in a place called Lake Easton at an RV resort. The people running the place were fantastic and we relaxed straight away.
A little while later after cooking ...
... had to be just right to even make it through the passage.
After disembarking the ship in Vancouver we gathered our luggage and loaded onto a bus that took us from the pier to the airport where we caught the shuttle back to the hotel which is where we had left the car. After loading the car up we took off for Bellingham, WA to pick up the coaches out of storage. We sat in line at the Canadian/USA border for an hour and a half! We were afraid that it would ...
... races in the trough, complete with little origami boats. Wouldn't that be fun!?
When we got back with a gloriously delicious pizza, we looked over her book collection and shared favorite books and authors. We had many in common and many new ones to discover -- an evening well spent.
I hated to leave, but headed out on Thursday morning for Post Falls, a small town outside of Coeur d'Alene, and my mom's good buddy Susan.
... head was in the feet end and the zipper was zipped closed except for around my face so I looked like a glow worm toy that had shuffling feet on the bottom end. As the runners streamed through, I was overwhelmed with stories about how horrible the the previous miles were for them-the downhill was killing their knees, they couldn't stop vomiting, they felt horrible. Some people looked like death warmed over. Two people stood out to me as being ...