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Old 06-07-2024, 12:14 AM   #1841
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Hi, we made it to Joeseph, Oregon. Named after Chief Joeseph. We found a nice camp ground right in the middle of the town. It's a small camp ground with about 12 spaces. We took space number 4 right next to another Airstream. Space number 2 had a motorhome in it. Our space has full hook ups and great WIFI too. The lady said that they only accept checks or cash. For some reason that we didn't know at the time, Lee said she wanted to bring more cash than usual, so this worked out good. The spaces were $55.00 per night and we will stay here for three nights. One of the main attractions here is Lake Wallowa. Another attraction is the tramway.
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Old 06-07-2024, 12:28 AM   #1842
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Hi, we will start off with some pictures of the camp ground. Joseph is also known for it's bronze statues. These staues are all along the main street.
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Old 06-08-2024, 12:47 AM   #1843
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Hi, here are more pictures taken in Joseph and at Joseph's grave yard. Everyday, while on our trips, we take our truck everywhere. We went through a few other small towns nearby such as Enterprise, Oregon. Joseph is a interesting small, old, tourist town. The lake is nice, the tram was fun, and our camp ground was great. We went to the local hardware store, a candy / ice cream / gift shop store and bought a few unhealthy treats. We also had lunch at a local restaurant.

Things that I did not like about Joseph: Most of the shops and stores were closed. Here's the thing, there weren't very many people in town, but if everything is closed, so why would there be people there? It was a bright Sunny day so I went for a walk. Our camp ground was just one block over from the main street and right in the middle of the town. Oh, and I think it was named "Main Street". EVERY THING WAS CLOSED. OMG, I looked at my cell phone / watch and it was about 5:15 PM. They close virtually everything at 5:00 PM. They have a magazine showing all of the neat things to do in Joseph and one of them was a farm equipment museum. I told Lee that I wanted to go there. Unless you call and make an appointment to see this museum, It's officially open one day a year. WOW.

Another thing we like to do is find a road and see where it takes us. I'll call this the road to no-where. Well actually it took us to a place called "Imnaha" where we stopped and bought a few treats at the country store. Across the street was a tiny Post Office. And maybe about three houses?????
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Glad to see you and Lee are on the road. I hope her back is doing ok.

We just traded our Nash trailer for a smaller Class A, not as short as the Japanese Class C or B or whatever it was, but only 27 9. It will be easier than hitching and Barb wanted something easier to deal with. It is used with 34,000 miles. It is a Thor ACE 27.2 and though I dont trust Thor, it looked good and the Ford part should be ok. Our last long trip was the time we saw you in Salem and because of family issues, we dont go far anymorevery old in-laws mean we have to stay close in case we are needed. But well be able to boondock more because of larger tanks, generator, etc. Ill be following your adventures.
Hi, Gene; with Lee's Brookstone back rest Lee can take some trips, but we still stop more often. She has to have it in any vehicle that we drive. We have been discussing a van type motorhome because Lee thinks it would be easier to just go, but it will still need to be winterized, loaded, and un-loaded Ect. And when we take our trailer, we do a lot of side trips in the truck, which would be easier than a Van / Motorhome. Then again, when the time comes where I can't handle a 55 lb. hitch anymore, then a Van might be the way to go. I hope your motorhome works well for you so you can still do some traveling.
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Hi, well we were at the point of, should we go home, or go to Washington? We decided to go to Washington. Lee wanted to check out two Korean markets and some Korean restaurants in Washington. Also we wanted to go to the Costco Business Center. Although the Costco Business Center is mainly for restaurant owners, we found that they have things that we like that regular Costcos don't have. They have a huge meat locker and Lee likes to buy some of the meat there. The prices are better on larger pieces of meat so when we get home, Lee will cut them down to size and freeze some of them. I bought four huge cases of Snapple iced tea. The bottles are bigger and the 24 pack comes with Lemon, Raspberry, and Peach flavors. [8 of each]

On the way to Washington there was a lot of highway construction going on. Then we hit a big rainstorm, which almost caused an accident. We were driving on a curve in the road, with concrete guard rails ["K" rails?] that were not vented. I could not see that on this curve that water pooled next to the rails. Next thing that happened was that, I think, my right side wheels hydroplaned and sent water into my windshield. This blocked my vision for a short time. I held my throttle steady and held my steering wheel where is was until I could see again. Since it was raining at the time, my wipers were on and I was soon able to see where I was going. [that was a bit scary] After that, the traffic got very thick, like bumper to bumper for a few miles. Not knowing exactly where we were going and with 90 miles left in the gas tank, I better stop soon for gas. While towing a trailer 90 miles is not very long, so I hit the first gas station that I could when I could get off of the highway. I was happy to find a gas station near by, but not happy to pay over $5:00 per gallon for 87 octane.
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Hi, we have been camping in Washington before. We stayed at Gig Harbor RV Resort two times previously. Lee wanted to call them and make sure that they would have a space for us because they would be closed before we could get there. Lee decided that we would stay there for four nights so we could do everything that we wanted to do without too much rushing around. Without all of the road construction and rain, we would have made it before they closed. I also wanted to get there before it got dark so I could see where I'm parking. Thankfully, this time of year, the days are longer. There were eight total Airstream trailers there, two parked next to us.

So, Gig Harbor RV Resort is now under new ownership. "Sun Outdoors Gig Harbor RV Resort". They fixed some things up and I think the camp ground got bigger. We still would highly recommend this camp ground.
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I think we stayed there maybe 10 years ago in a record rainstorm. Is it on a wooded hill with lots of trees just outside of town? A record rainstorm on the Olympic Peninsula is really a lot of water—I remember getting soaked setting up and bad wifi. The Gig Harbor museum is a nice little one and some former Airstream owners live in the area.
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Hi, Lee wanted to go to Bainbridge Island, Washington. No ferrys or anything, you just drive there. We drove all around the Island just to see what was there. There seemed to be a main street where all of the action was. We drove up this main street [ I don't know the name of the street] I spotted a good parking space on the other side of the street. I was able to get turned around and take that space. We were very lucky to get a parking space as this place was quite popular. There was one market, a few restaurants, and mostly Artsy type stores. We found a very interesting store with all kinds of stuff. They had resin tables and chairs, which are very neat, and quite expensive. I really like them, they were beautiful, but they would not look right in our house. Lee found a Kim Chi cook book so of course she bought it. After walking through most of the stores we decided to get something to eat at a bakery; I guess Coffee, hot chocolate, and a few pasteries was going to be our lunch today. We only took a few pictures there. One was taken by a beach that not only had no parking, but no place to stop either. Lee got a shot of Seattle. I found some artsy things in people's yards.
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Somewhere I have a similar photo of Seattle from around there. These deer are really thin—hope someone will feed them.
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Hi, well todays adventure started out by finding, and having lunch, at a Korean restaurant. Lee knew that this Korean restaurant was in a shopping center, or mall, area. We found it and it looked big from the outside. Probably would be a great place for lunch, but it was not open yet. [we were there too early] I don't want to sit in the parking lot for an hour and a half, so let's drive farther up the road and see what's there. As we were driving along we might have decided to turn around, but I looked at my GPS screen and wanted to explore further. As we were rounding a corner, we both saw this huge statue; It looked like an ancient Korean warrior. Lee got a picture of it on her cell phone. [I don't have that picture] Then I thought, maybe it looks more like a Viking. And the next thing we knew was that we just discovered Poulsbo, Washington or "Little Norway". WOW, this is fantastic. So we found a parking lot, parked the truck, and started walking. This place is neat, fun, and everything was open. We checked out the whole town. [business area] They had a 50's Diner and that is where we had our lunch. We saw a Pretzel sign and wanted a Pretzel. To get one you have to go upstairs to a Restaurant and wait while they make them for you. Oh so good. We bought a few other goodies while we were there. I do have several pictures from "Little Norway".
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Hi, While in "Little Norway" we had lunch at the 50's diner, Lee bought some cloth, I bought some Norwegian chocolate bars, we bought some fresh made pretzels, and we stopped at the pastry shop too. One of the things that I bought at the pastry shop was a "Man donut". Kind of like a ginger bread man, but as a maple donut. Watching my diet, I only ate 1/3rd of this huge donut at a time. Lee bought a pastry there too.

After all of this excitement and food, the Korean restaurant never happened. [maybe next time?]

Now on this trip, in the Gig Harbor area, there is a Toll Bridge, and you have to pay one way. So I told my GPS to take us back to our camp ground from "Little Norway" and she said it was 34 miles away and was going to take two hours. Are you kidding me????? Two hours to go 34 miles???? Lee said that we were going the right way, but my GPS kept telling me to turn around. Now I'm confused, do I follow my GPS or do what my wife tells me to do? [you know the answer to that] After thinking long and hard on this direction dispute, a little light lit up in my brain, and I remembered that I set my GPS to avoid Tolls. Now it all makes sense. My GPS was going to take us on a very long scenic route. We did make it back to our trailer.
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Hi, as usual, I hitched up my truck and trailer last night. That was our last night at Gig Harbor. After breakfast I flushed out my tanks, disconnected everything, and got ready for our trip back home. It should only take about 4 hours, but I think it was more like 6 hours.

Well we made it home, without any incidents, with nothing to fix on the truck or trailer. The only thing that I will do is take my hitch apart, clean the parts, and regrease it, so it will be ready for our next adventure. Since I bought a small Dewalt cordless impact driver, [1/2"] it makes it easier and faster to service my hitch. And if I ever get another flat tire, while traveling, I won't have to do it all with hand tools.

This was somewhat of a short trip in distance and time. I believe that our future trips will be similar in time, but may be longer in distance. [or shorter] We really enjoyed our little getaway and hope you enjoyed going with us.
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Hi, as usual, I hitched up my truck and trailer last night. That was our last night at Gig Harbor. After breakfast I flushed out my tanks, disconnected everything, and got ready for our trip back home. It should only take about 4 hours, but I think it was more like 6 hours.

Well we made it home, without any incidents, with nothing to fix on the truck or trailer. The only thing that I will do is take my hitch apart, clean the parts, and regrease it, so it will be ready for our next adventure. Since I bought a small Dewalt cordless impact driver, [1/2"] it makes it easier and faster to service my hitch. And if I ever get another flat tire, while traveling, I won't have to do it all with hand tools.

This was somewhat of a short trip in distance and time. I believe that our future trips will be similar in time, but may be longer in distance. [or shorter] We really enjoyed our little getaway and hope you enjoyed going with us.
Bob,

When I saw you first message last week I was excited to see where you would go. But I was too tied up with other things to read and enjoy. I just spent the last few hours on this trip while drinking several cups of coffee. As usual you posted beautiful photos that give us a good feel for the places you stayed and explored. Im glad you and Lee were able to start your travels fairly early. I look forward to going on more trips with you this year.

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