Look over the neighboring houses and you can see two cruise ships at the same time.
Everything in and out of Seattle and Tacoma has to pass by us so we see all those happy people
on their way to Alaska and the glaciers.
This is the view from our window at the Wenatchee River RV park. What you can't see are the train tracks. Yep, all night long, blowing the whistle and clickety-clacking along.
America at work, but do they have to work while I want to sleep?
Wenatchee is filled with orchards. Now it's mostly cherries but looks like the pears are a-comin'. Plus millions, maybe billions of apples.
After a wine tasting. I think I need more.
We met Cousin Bob and Laurel, with their new RV.
They know more about wine but I can outeat them.
Later in the day from Homer's viewing point.
Seems like all we did was go from one meal to another, so just had to stop on the way home for one last burger. Yes, Al finished the whole thing. It was a sight to behold.