Monday, August 2, 2010

On Cascade Lake...

Not too shabby! We'll stay 2 nights and tour this area before moving on. Just now getting set up, then I need to go to the PO to pick up mail. The Griswolds are happy campers, well, except for the rock that put a crack in the towed's windshield. It's a small one down low. We'll survive.

Life is good! Happy Monday, y'all...
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10 comments:

Barb said...

Oh no! One trip - two windshields? You have seen some awesome views through those windshields though!

You're showing me places I'll probably never see! Loving it! You'll be back on time for the BC4 cruise, right? It's in Feb 2011. Just saying.

big hugs :)

And Miles To Go... said...

ooh, so peaceful and serene looking!

Sandee said...

I would love that view. All we need is a boat and life would be perfect. I know...me and boats.

Have a terrific time honey. Big hug. :)

Haley D. said...

What a beautiful spot! So sorry to hear about windshield #2 but glad it wasn't more serious. Take lots of pictures of this part of the world to share with us.

ivana said...

Ciao Sandy!!!
A serene view! I need such a scenery...the day here is chaotic, then we help my son 2 by moving from an apartement to a new house, many trips to the municipal landfill to unload old equipment, broken furniture, junk...
Have a great week!!!

See you!!

Sarge Charlie said...

I have truely enjoyed this trip.

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

oh no! a second windshield? sooooo sorry honey! but you sure are in a beautiful spot of this earth!

smiles, bee
xoxoxoxoxoxo

"Lois Grebowski" said...

I love the campsite... YOu just can't beat a water view. Sorry to hear about the toad... poor baby. Hope it holds up for the rest of the trip...

Lisa Ceaser said...

Rats on the windshield. Sounds like a job for Safelite!

You can pick up your mail all over the country? Did you have it planned to be forwarded to certain areas. Now that's planning ahead. I am very impressed with the travelling life!

Joy said...

How gorgeous! Just gotta watch out for those flying rocks, I guess.
Hugs!