Well, here we are on our fourth outing with the, new to us, motor home and I’m just now posting the what happened on the second outing…I will get caught up before too long.
Feb.14th 2015, Fort Flagler State Park on Marrowstone Island, WA. This is a really nice, very level RV Camp. Although we did not know in advance that the water had been shut off for winter, so it was a good thing we had loaded up the motor home with a 100 gallons of fresh water. We did have power and sewer however.
As you can see by the muddy looking home, the winter grime on the roads getting here was bad!
Sun rise early one morning.
Meet Mr. Knot Head.
I don’t think the fog ever lifted on this day.
This guy had his eye on Bugz.
Bugz guarding the camp.
Next stop Gig Harbor WA.
See Ya then.
Now that I’ve totally accepted retirement, and the fact that we changed from a travel trailer to a Motor Home for our RV travels, and there are going to be many, We invite you along to share the ride and our adventures.
First stop will be the last one we did with the trailer.
Long Beach, WA… Andersons RV Park, http://andersensrv.com/ that is a few miles North of town. It’s a simple park that’s like an open gravel field with a row of sites down each side, but nice and clean and well managed.
We were in site…
Took a little side trip to Seaside OR one day.
And another side trip to the very north end of the Long Beach Peninsula. A little walk down to the beach.
Here’s a few from a visit to the North Head lighthouse.
And the same day to Cape Disappointment Lighthouse.
Our last evening…
Until next time………………
Been doing the PT to Anacortes commute for a few weeks now. I pass this seen every Tuesday morning at about 7:15 AM. Most days it not worth stopping, but this morning after getting up and seeing all the stars out at home I sort of knew this is what I would see. I shot this same seen two years ago, but at a different time of the year when the sun was to the right of the frame. Enjoy…
We spent four days over the Valentines and Presidents day week end out at, what we call the West End, the coast. We were on the beach at Oceanside RV Park in La Push.
When we arrived it was raining just as we were starting to set up our rolling home away from home. As I was setting up Gayle walked back to the office to get someone to come down and turn the water at our site and as she was walking back she noticed I pulled into the wrong site. Sooooo, half drenched and steaming on the inside, I comely hooked up and moved one site over. Reprieve…the sun came out and setup went as it should.
After settling in for a few moments we made the short walk to the beach and this is what we saw. I was a happy camper the rest of that day but, the following three days Mother Nature unleashed high winds and torrential rain. In La Push there’s no TV and no cell service so we were glad we brought some movies.
All in all it was good to just get away and we did get outside between the down pours.
Spent some time down by Westport in a little community named Tokeland.