Sunday, October 23, 2011

Last Bit of Washington

Sick of Washington yet?  Ok, well, today is the last bit of show and tell for that.  Tomorrow onto Canada!  That's only one day though so don't worry.  Have I mentioned Logo missed her calling as a tour guide?  In addition to showing me all around Seattle itself she showed me some lovely areas outside the city.  On my last day in Washington we saw Cama Beach, which is an old fishing resort.  It was quite charming.



The beach was all pebbly and crushed up clam shells but a very pretty, relaxing looking place.


Care to guess what this is?


It's the inside of one of these, a handmade kayak. We met a fellow there who helps run the place and he gave us quite a nice showing of the various boats and kayaks they have for rent as well as showing us one of the cabins.  I have to admit if we'd had the time I would have liked to give that kayak a try to see how it felt compared to the plastic ones I've used in the past.  Maybe next time I make it out that way....


Instead of kayaking Logo and I took a ride on her bike Red Molly through the gorgeous Skagit Valley.

Oh yes we did.  It was fantastic.  I didn't mind missing the kayak at all. I was completely content.

14 comments:

Beach Bum said...

Awesome pictures!

Tomorrow onto Canada!
British Columbia is a place I want to see.

Suldog said...

I did guess the inside of a boat, but I never would have guessed "kayak". You two make sweet motorcycle babes!

Craig said...

Check out the hot Mama in her leathers! You're lookin' WAAAAAYYY too 'natural' in that outfit. . .

;)

Cricket said...

I never would have guessed the kayak, which is a very cool pic btw.

At the risk of sounding unmanly and all, I've ridden a motorcycle a couple of times, and I have to say, I thought it was pretty friggin' scary. 65 feels a whole lot different on a bike.

Craig said...

@ Cricket - I've gone 55+ on my bicycle a few times (fat guys go downhill REALLY fast), and going that fast, with so little between me and the pavement, was both exhilarating and unnerving. . .

OK; back to you, Lime. . .

;)

silly rabbit said...

I have to say your vacation has gone from cool to awesome! So many fun things to do and see. Your friends really know how to pack it in.

Ha! My comment word is "consynt" which I suspect is the go ahead we give ourselves when we do something sinful and fun.

coopernicus said...

sigh...awesome ride Ms. L has there....

Craig said...

Waitaminit. . . this is the last of Washington? You said you had Mt. Rainier pix!

Not, you know, to sound all whiny, or anything. . .

secret agent woman said...

I was close, I was going to guess wooden canoe before I scrolled down.

Jocelyn said...

You ladies are HAWT, and I want to visit that village now!

Hilary said...

Such a fun set of photos. I'm not keen on motorcycles but I'd love to try that kayak sometime.

G-Man said...

Stuck ridin Bitch again eh?

S said...

Get your motor runnin!
head out on the highway
lookin for adventchah!
and whatever comes our way

Yeah gotta go make it happen
catch the world in a love embrace...

thats for sure!

Craig said...

C'mon Susie, sing the rest of it with me. . .

"Fire all of your guns at once, and
Explode into space.

For like a true Nature's Child,
We were born, born to be wild.
We were flyin' so high
I never wanted doo-oowwn. . .

BORN TO BE WI-I-I-I-LD!"


(now, wasn't that fun? . . .)

;)