Maybe it's all the apocalypse writing and reading I've been doing over the last few years, but I got back into camping this summer. This trip I took west instead of south, and I stayed in Canada to visit a few places I'd never been.
I was headed to Friday Harbor by way of the Anacortes ferry. Since I had the day, and this one had turned out to be an unusually hot and sunny one in a sprint that has been mostly clouds and rain, I stopped in at Edison, WA where I had lunch at the Slough Food and a coffee at the Tweets Cafe. There was quite the crowd at the Tweet with the jug band that was playing. If you're counting, this was my second coffee while on the road.
Did I ever tell you about the time I stayed in a haunted hotel and time travelled to Victorian era America? True story.
As a writer I like to have as many unique experiences as I can so that when I'm working on a project, I can draw from a vast pool of ideas. A new member to my Dungeons and Dragons group mentioned that she lives on a farm, SureFyre Farms, and teaches equestrian horse riding, and … Continue reading James in his Jeep Getting Java-SureFyre Farms
I have a couple of big road trips coming up in the next few months. Plus, with the impending nicer weather approaching (at least this is what I hope is happening) I'll soon be able to stay places overnight for weekend trips.