I have cancelled our overnight at the Floating Feather Inn but will do a phone interview and she is sending me the materials I need.
On the way there we saw the only still operating covered bridge in Washington - pretty cool. There were guys fly fishing in the river and one got a really good looking salmon.
But we did head out to The Inn at Lucky Mud as we were so close and I am glad we did. At first when I saw the cottage and the open shed with stuff stacked up in it, I wasn’t sure, but then when we saw the main
We left there and headed north, winding along the rivers and lagoons, through Grayland where there are huge cranberry bogs, back through South Bend with all the cool metal sculptures and on to Tokeland to see the old hotel. Great place, so classic and there were a whole lot of classic cars there for a rally. The restaurant was packed, and Scott the owner was busy in the kitchen. He came out to meet me with flour up to his elbows and all over his apron – he’d already made 12 dozen rolls and was making more! Really nice guy and we hope to go back to stay some time.
From there – by this time it was late afternoon already, the distances are so big – we headed to
I was ready to fall into bed by the time we walked through the door, but we had to spend some time with the kitties. Harley was a little huffy, but soon got over that and
Bed felt great – a real bed, my numbers bed, and I slept like a log.