The weather looking forward became concerning. I have appointments in early November that I do not want to miss.
High Sierra was the perfect end to my trip. Time to head home. It just felt right.
Without knowing how many days it would take me, I didn’t really mention to anyone my plans.
I flew Reno to The Dalles and enjoyed The Dalles overnight.
Then up to Yakima and Cle Elum. I could see the weather and smoke in Puget Sound were going to be a challenge. I powered on.
I punched out of Stampede Pass and went south, then west, then north, then finally east to Arlington. I needed to be able to see the ground, and I couldn’t see much else.
Ephraim was here to greet me when he heard my calls on the radio! How nice to have a warm welcome home for both me and Charlie Mike!!
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Glad you made it home safe & sound! Hope we’ll be seeing you in the near future.
Cant wait to see you and give you both big hugs!!
Yayie! It will be great to see you and hear all about your adventures! You’ve been having sooo much fun!! I have to admit I’m a bit jealous. 😉
My brother & his partner (common law wife as he calls her) will be staying in the ADU 10/24 thru 10/30, but the upstairs guest room is available during that time and the ADU after, if you need a place to stay in Seattle. I think you’d like Steve & Billie.
I know what you mean. If you can see the ground (or water, as the case may be) you can keep your shit together! Glad you’re safe Miss Tumbleweed!