Monthly Archives: September 2014

9/23/2104 – Backtracking

This should have been in the last blog entry but, as I said, my records were not in the same place we were when I wrote the blog.  So, let’s get the bookkeeping out of the way first. Spokane to … Continue reading

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2/24/2014 – A visit with the Chef

One of our oldest friends is a guy named Rick but who we never call Rick.  He’s Fredeye to us and always will be.  The etymology of the name “Fredeye” is sort of a vague story and is completely unimportant. … Continue reading

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9/23/2014 – Farragut State Park

After filling our water tank, dumping our garbage and recyclables, and eating breakfast, we hit the road from John & Jess’.  We didn’t have anywhere we needed to be until Tuesday when we get to stay with another old friend … Continue reading

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9/23/2014 – Spokane: Reconnecting with old friends

While we were still in Colville, I called our old friends John and Jessica who live in Spokane and who we haven’t seen in probably 15 years.  We had planned to take the long way to Spokane, following the Pend … Continue reading

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9/20/2014 – Changes in Longitude

One of the best things about dry camping, besides the cost, is how easy it is to break camp to get underway.  Lulu secures things inside the camper, I remove the privacy screening from the cab and check the oil. … Continue reading

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9/18/2014 – Anacortes to Winthrop (más ó menos)

We left Anacortes around 11:00 AM.  Made a short stop at Safeway for provisions and then headed out.  It rained last night and was sort of off-and-on this morning.  Our plan today was to go to Early Winters Campground (USFS) … Continue reading

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9/18/2014 – Hurricane Odile

Let me just say how glad I am that we are not currently in La Paz, BCS.  They got hit by Hurricane Odile, one of the strongest, if not the strongest hurricanes to hit La Paz since they’ve been keeping … Continue reading

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