We woke up to thick fog 😦
I always have this funny feeling the day we embark on our winter adventures. I’m so sad to leave family and friends, scared of having an accident or getting into a scary situation in a town we don’t know, and because I like to be totally in control I get scared of going to places I have never been … but then there is also excitement to see new places, meet new people, and especially catch up with our winter friends. So with these mixed feelings hubby and I set off for our 2018/2019 Snowbird Adventures 🙂
Crossing the border was incredibly easy, we showed our passports and gave him the plate number for Maxx, said where we were going and for how long, responded to the food question with “dry goods, and condiments, but no fresh fruits or vegetables” and we were on our way! No Agriculture search which we always get when we cross at Osoyoss, B.C. but never get anywhere else … I have no idea why.
The fog never really did let up, although there were brief periods where it would lift a little but it never lasted long.
Other than the usual Saturday traffic through Seattle and a half hour delay due to an accident on I-5, we arrived at Camp Walmart in Lacey, Washington safely. Our plan was to stay there, like we have many times before, but it was a little sketchy and the staff were rude when we went in to buy groceries so we left … and it was a good move! We went across the interstate to Cabela’s and enjoyed a quiet evening with beautiful views 🙂
Until next time …