Tagged With: Washington
This morning we left Arlington Washington and drove down to Portland Oregon. We stopped in Olympia, Washington’s capital, and at the Farmer’s Market bought breakfast – great fresh fruit: peaches, apples, plums. We also bought lunch – cucumbers, grape tomatoes and a great loaf of garlic and rosemary French bread. Upon arriving in Portland at … Continue reading
We’re wrapping up here in Surrey British Columbia today and heading back into Washington. We’re sitting here in Canada knowing we’re going to miss it as soon as we cross the border. Right now we’re at the Wired Monk Coffee Shop wrapping up some web work before we go make our lunch and then finish … Continue reading
We’re really enjoying ourselves and finding our way from town to town is going just fine. Finding our way in how we manage things is a learning process. We’ve discovered that it’s not always convenient to find internet access when we want and that Joel’s laptop batteries aren’t worth much. So we’ll have to find … Continue reading
It’s gorgeous! Sunny but not too warm and a very nice breeze. We just got back from swimming at the Y! Later we’ll take a little walk. We got a very good night’s sleep and had Joel’s ‘world-famous’ pancakes for brunch. Fiona’s made new friends – Nels and Phoenix. What a wonderfully relaxing day. We’ll … Continue reading
We actually drove away from the house at 10:41 pm. Our first stop was to the local store to pick up something to drink for Fiona and Frappuccino’s for Joel to help him stay awake for the all night drive. It’s amazing that we fit so much stuff in the van and nearly every piece … Continue reading
It’s almost 10:30 pm Wednesday night and none of us can wait! The van’s packed, Fiona’s in a hurry to get to Canada, and we’ll be leaving in a few minutes. Tomorrow we’ll arrive in Washington and stay 4 days there. Then – to Canada!
Could I possibly end up performing in St. Helens, Oregon, Everett, Washington, and Vancouver? (Edit: St. Helens is out, this trip.) House concerts beat coffee shops hands down. Coffee shops are really a place to go practice, knowing that absolutely no one is listening. But show up to someone’s living room, where they’ve invited all … Continue reading