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Greetings from Chelan
Here is where we're sleeping. Here is where we'll be tomorrow. Instead of visiting Microsoft, we're going to see my mom and Bearcat somewhere around here tomorrow. Then we're off, maybe sleeping at that gorgeous blue lake's shore, and catching the ferry to grayeland.

Quick observations before bed, as we have to wake up at the asscrack of dawn:
  1. The difference between this area of WA and the rest of WA is much like the BVI compared to St. Maarten.
  2. This area's obsessed with coffee. Even a Radio Shack in a self-dubbed ``pass-thru'' town next to the casino in the middle of nowhere has a giant coffee shop in the middle of it. You may go for miles without seeing gas or other trappings of civilization, but you can get espresso every half a mile or so, even if it's from a tiny shack.
  3. If you're Dan Savage, you get a beautiful boyfriend.
  4. Seattle made me want to go re-read some Shadowrun modules/expansions/whatever.
  5. While it's cute and I missed it, I don't think I could live with West coast liberalism for too long.
  6. Vermont ain't got shit on the Cascades or Seattle area.
  7. I felt nervous about rushing through Seattle, maybe skipping Vancouver, and throwing most of our time at Victoria (no offense to the locals we can't wait to meet), but everyone here tells us that we did the right thing.
  8. Wow. And more wow.

Feeling: sleepy sleepy

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Comments
From: graye Date: June 26th, 2005 09:46 am (UTC) (Hard link)
You ain't seen shit yet.

I missed some questions, I think, too, and am too drunk/tired to find them.


TOMORROW, PERHAPS

Wait until you see Cathedral Grove
kingfox From: kingfox Date: June 26th, 2005 02:14 pm (UTC) (Hard link)
Email questions, or comment them to the private LJ entry for you (probably better, as my remote email access has been less than stellar), or give us a call on jenniever's cell phone.

There's no cell access at the remote village of 50 people (200 during the summer) we're visiting during the day today, so calling would have to be done in the next hour, or later on tonight.
29usc151 From: 29usc151 Date: June 26th, 2005 05:02 pm (UTC) (Hard link)
When Sherrill and I backpacked in the Olympics, we realized that we definitely hadn't brought enough clothes, so took the bus to the the Salvation Army store in the not-so-good part of Seattle.

There was an espresso stand out front.
cessna182 From: cessna182 Date: June 27th, 2005 09:01 pm (UTC) (Hard link)
If you make a detour to Colorado, let me know...
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