Best Laid Plans

It seems I’ve used this title before… but if it fits, wear it, right?

There we were, just miles from the British Columbia border… we could almost wave to the Canadians across the border. But we lingered.

One of the reasons we love full-timing so much is that we’re not on much of a schedule. In this case, it rained. And rained. And rained.

We made trips down to Bellingham… even saw a few canoes row by on the Nooksack River as part of the Ski to Sea Race (too rainy to hop out for a photo).

And we drove up around Birch Bay, passing this very fun looking espresso stand…

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…and stopped to walk near the water…

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…very happy (as you can see) to be out of the RV and out of the rain, at least for a little while…

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…and then:

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Thankfully, before long, we were back on the road…. squeezing through customs and border checks and up the TransCanada highway. Somewhere around Cache Creek we finally found a bit of peace and quiet….

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About Ellen

Fiction writer and photographer, I travel the country with my sweetheart of a husband as a "full-time RVer."
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