Busy day yesterday. Drove from Seaside to McMinnville to see the Spruce Goose. Then drove back to Tillamook on the Oregon Coast the finally back to Seaside.
Walking great grandma’s dogs 🐕 🐕.
S’mores and a bunny.
Lots of improvements to the Mothership for 2019. Late last summer I had new Michelin tires put on. This Spring I’ve put some hours into: 1. an appropriate license frame for the Pacific NW; 2. A Weathertech rock guard for the front hood ( after I repaired 6 rock chips); 3. new faucet and plumbing for the galley sink Faucet; 4. New interior LED light fixtures and entry light ( labor intensive); 5. A screen door. Next week the mechanic who helps me is coming by to replace the black water discharge valve ( it has been sticking since we bought the Mothership). Hopefully we’re set for a few adventures over the next few months. We are taking the annual trek to Seaside, OR. on July 1st through 6th with our grandkids.
Since we are going to Scotland for much of August, the next outings will be weekends to the ocean or Eastern Washington. My wife retires on June 28th ( officially Oct. 1st, I think), so hopefully we’ll have some time this Fall to wander about on the weekends.
From the Mothership
docked in Seattle!
We left Port Townsend and headed south on Highway 101, making our way to a family cabin just south of Brinnon, Washington, along Hood Canal. Above are two images of Hood Canal and one of our son, Ian, cleaning off the roof of he cabin. I usually have the roof duty, but this Spring I didn’t make it up for cleaning, etc. The cabin is surrounded by tall evergreens.
Safe travels from the Mothership
docked in rainy Seattle!!
From Lake Crescent we traveled to Port Townsend. There was a park and ride spot just outside the main business district which we used. We caught a shuttle bus into the main part of town.
These are just some street shots of main street Port Townsend, plus the shot from the cab of the Mothership of Highway 101.
from the Mothership
docked in Seattle!!
Probably one of the coolest phenomenon at Lake Crescent was these low clouds that drifted in over the lake. There’s probably a simple explanation for this weather effect, but for me it seems a bit mysterious.
from the Mothership
Docked in Seattle!