We’re home again. We’ll drop off the rental trailer tomorrow. That was an interesting experiment and experience, which we quite enjoyed, to the point of talking about maybe buying our own trailer in due course. We’ll see.
We’ll be heading home today. Here are some pictures from yesterday on our camping vacation, including a stroll down to the harbor beach, lunch, and a cat visitor. (We also went for a couple hours drive down the coast, and Chinese takeout for dinner; no pics of those.)
This morning I flew my drone above our campsite and the nearby bay.
Pictures from yesterday of our trailer vacation: the morning view, some seals enjoying low tide, a phone booth (kids, ask your parents), watching the view, eating Mo’s takeout dinner at a viewpoint, and playing board games in the evening.
Of course, we had to do the stereotypical hot dogs, baked beans, and s’mores for dinner.
Not a bad view from our campsite, eh?
Today marks 20 years of living in the US. Jenn and I moved here from NZ two decades ago today. We landed in Los Angeles, visited Disneyland, rented a minivan, and drove up the coast via San Francisco, Portland, etc to the Seattle area to visit Mom. #ThrowbackThursday
Jenn and I are about to head out to the Oregon coast on a trailer camping trip, using a rented trailer, as a short COVID-safe vacation. Our first time doing this! Should be an interesting experiment.
In March 2006 we went to Seattle Mariners baseball spring training in Peoria, Arizona. ⚾️ #ThrowbackThursday
(Apologies if pictures of crowds is triggering for anyone in these pandemic times; remember, this is from the Before Times.)