We are in the Northwest
We have been so busy. It’s so much fun being out here on the road living in a big ol’ 40’ motor home. I hope it’s a long time before the boys take the keys away. Our boys live in the Seattle area and that is where we have been these past couple of weeks.
The photos are of Sawyer Lake RV Park about 20 minutes from Billy. Billy, Heidi, Mason and Maddie came and visited pretty much every day. The kids stayed all night one night and we had so much fun. The lake is just the right size. Ducks and geese are living on the grounds. There is a great play area and little boats to rent.
We have moved now a little further away. Northeast of Seattle closer to the Cascades. We are in a park in the foot hills of the snow covered peaks. A great place among big conniver trees along the Skykomish River. The kids are coming this evening and are staying all weekend. I am making a cherry pie and brownies. We’ll have hot dogs and squirrelly bread. Ya, that is what it is. Big in British Columbia, Canada. (Thanks Jean), I found some at COSTCO. It is bread made without flour. Full of good stuff: sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, raisin juice, and some other healthy ingredients. I like it. No body else will try it.
Scott, Angela, Zak, and Ellie are sailing up the Inside Passage. We haven’t seen them yet. They are having a great time. We will see them when we go to Vancouver Island next week. They have a great web-site that they use to tell of their adventures sailing on their “Ghost” ship, much as we do to blog about our adventures in the “tininthewind.”
We’ll take a ferry across and drive up to Nanaimo. Get a map and look up Washington State, way to the northwest of the state you’ll find Vancouver Island, part of Canada. I’ve been to its capital, Victoria but no further. We are looking forward to that trip. We are going to look up some friends in Cambell River BC that we met while in Mexico last winter.
More coming soon.