We were pretty happy yesterday when we had an easy trip through Portland, we took the truck bypass and it was awesome, but we thought that didn’t bode well for Seattle. You can’t make it through two big cities easily, can you?
Coming into Seattle, traffic is backed up but it’s not bad.
Well it turns out you can’t 😦 We crawled along at 13km, 8m, an hour all the way through Seattle, and hubby had to put up with cars cutting in and out of lanes on either side of us. We would rather drive through Los Angeles than Seattle! But we made it through safely and really that’s all that counts 🙂
Well that’s unfortunate, the one time we were able to take the express lane it was wonderful, we were through the city in no time.
I wish we could do 30 miles an hour!
We are spending two nights in Anacortes, Washington at the Swinomish Casino & Lodge. They have a nice RV park right along the water and full hook-up for only $30.00 a night. Since we couldn’t check in until 2:00 p.m. and we arrived in the area just after 11:00 a.m., hubby thought he would be nice to me and he let me loose in the outlet mall in Burlington. While I was shopping hubby replaced our shower taps … yup he can always find something to keep himself busy, even in a parking lot!
We have a nice view, if only the weather was nicer. It is very windy here today, yes windier than it has ever been in Yuma!
When we were at the campsite last summer I thought our shower didn’t have as much water pressure as it use to but we figured that was due to the water pressure in the campsite. Then when we headed south for the winter and got to hubby’s sister’s place, where we use our pump, we had no water pressure at all in the shower. As we started travelling we had water pressure when hooked up but not when we were using the pump. It was only a problem with the shower, everything else worked fine. Since we were travelling we decided not to worry about it until we got to Yuma and hubby had some time to figure out what was wrong. Of course once we got to Yuma and were hooked up everything worked fine and life went on. About a month ago I went to have a shower, while in Yuma hooked up to water, and we had no water pressure at all. Hubby took the taps apart, did what he could to fix them, and put them back in the shower. Everything worked fine for a week and then it happened again, so hubby repeated the procedure … and on, and on, this went. He figured we needed new taps so that was the main reason we wanted to stay in Eugene, Oregon, so that we could go to Camping World and get new taps. We did pick them up but didn’t have time to replace them until today. As soon as we got set-up at the Casino I jumped in the shower and the new taps are AWESOME! I didn’t realize how little water pressure we had until now, and the new taps are much nicer than the old ones.
This is what our old taps looked like and I hate them because water would get inside the tap covers and mold would grow. I was constantly pulling them apart and cleaning them.
These new taps are much better and will stay cleaner.
Until next time …