We are taking our little laptop with us so I will probably have chance to blog while we are away in the Pacific North West of America. We are leaving in the morning. Taxi to Sheffield railway station - train to Mancnester Airport then inside a big lump of metal that will magically rise into the sky and transport us to Vancouver. Well, that's what I am hoping.
Above - our hotel whilst in Victoria on Vancouver Island. Below our unremarkable motel in Goldendale, Washington State and below that the house where we'll be staying in Seattle's northern suburbs. Well, somebody's got to do it. Adios!
Have a safe and comfortable trip up amongst the clouds, Yorky...and have a wonderful time in the Pacific North West....no doubt you will. And I do hope you can share some of it (lots of it) with us. :)ReplyDelete
Yep, I'm passing the baton to you now YP. Glad you have your laptop so I don't feel too bad here in Brissy. Have a wonderful time, I'm sure you will.ReplyDelete
Have a good holiday, I look forward to seeing some of the sights.ReplyDelete
Looking forward to the travelogue! Have a nice time.ReplyDelete
No youth hostels?ReplyDelete
Travel safe and have an amazing journey. xReplyDelete
Exciting! Have a great holiday and safe journeys.ReplyDelete
I shall add my two pennyworth of good wishes for an enjoyable holiday and a safe return.ReplyDelete
If you and the missus intend to visit Mount Rainier, take warm jackets with you. When we were at Paradise (an actual place on the mountain) on July 2, 1984, the snow was higher than our heads and the air temp was in the 30s (Fahrenheit). We were not prepared. You have been warned.ReplyDelete
Oh, and bon voyage!.
Wooohooo! Have a great time amigo!ReplyDelete
Safe journey, Mr. and Mrs. Pudding. Good luck and good weather!ReplyDelete
TO ALL GUARDIANS OF THE BLOGOSPHERE - LEE & HELEN, ADRIAN & HIPPO, CAROL & ELIZABETH, JENNY & GB, RHYMES WITH HELPFUL, MOLLYKINS AND MAMA THYME = THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND WISHES. WE LANDED SAFELY IN VANCOUVER ON A BRIGHT LATE SPRING DAY. IT WAS SUNNY AND WARM AS WE WALKED BY THE WEST MARINA ADMIRING BOATS THAT SEEM TO BE RARELY USED. TO US IT WAS THREE IN THE MORNING BUT TO VANCOUVERIANS IT WAS EARLY EVENING.. WE ARE ZOMBIES FROM THE MOTHERLAND. ANOTHER CAN OF "PACIFIC PILSNER" AND THEN TO BED.ReplyDelete