Mar 112015

Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip
Believe or not a few more things were still to occur before having to leave Seattle, Washington and head back home in a few hours.

After our brunch at theΒ SkyCity Restaurant we took the elevator downstairs. Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

My aunt was making a pit stop (yes, I just dimed you off to the Internet for using the restroom Aunt B). I was milling around the outside of the Space Needle and as looked across the street my jaw dropped.

Many, many years ago I fell in love with KOMO radio 1000 out of Seattle. After about 10 p.m. at night in Reno I can catch the station. For you folks that don’t know this, radio waves bounce all over the atmosphere late at night. It’s fun to take your AM radio dial for an auto-tune spin and see what you can find.

Right in front of me was the headquarters for KOMO itself. I was jazzed beyond belief and weirdly enough this is one of my favorite pictures of the entire trip. That’s what it meant to me to see this building. The broadcasts that I listen to in the Jeep and at home our broadcast right here!Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

I took a couple more pictures while standing in the middle of the street. Trust me I was most definitely Batman this time and avoided buses and other traffic.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

I was shocked at how quickly the streets had just vacated. It was actually kind of eerie.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

As we continued walking my aunt said, “Hey, lookey here honey!”

She had told me I needed to get a quality, TSA-friendly suitcase with rollers and low and behold right next to the Grand Hyatt was this!Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

“Built For Life In The City”…works for me!Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

I was also in the perfect situation having my very frugal, yet suitcase-wise aunt with me.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

I continually tried out the bike on the right but was continually falling off backwards. A wall seems like a silly place to put them anyway.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

My new luggage is sitting in the middle of that table in the foreground. The reason I took the picture wayyyyyΒ back here was to get the super cute sales girl who helped me in the shot. She’s the cute blonde at the register. Her beaming smile and hypnotically gorgeous blue eyes had no influence over the sale. Ahem.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

Our drive back to the airport and my stomach was beginning to turn to knots. I did not want to go home.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

I was trying to take a picture of Boeing airfield (with my eyes straight ahead on the road). My aunt had to have heard some 4,000 shutter clicks this weekend. See her hands folded calmly in the reflection? I know she was trying to find her happy place πŸ™‚Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

The home stretch to SeaTac International Airport.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

I forgot to include a picture I took (by accident) that caught the 269 foot control tower in the background. I had taken the photo from the Space Needle….15 miles away.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

We waited at Anthony’s again as we left. This place has such a good energy and vibe to it.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

A bowl of clam chowder for me. My aunt did not eat.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

This was technically my first order of Wild Alaskan Salmon over the two days. Oh my gawd it was good.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

That plane would be our ride home. It was taking a nap.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

I tried to get shot of a jet eclipsing the sun. This was as close as I could get.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

I’m a person who will drift off dreamily about faraway places all of the time. That Emirates flight was heading to take off. I so wanted to know where they were going.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

Ever heard of Lake Tapps? Me either. I’m really good with satellite maps. I wanted you to see the effect of the horrific drought in the Western United States. And this is in one of the wettest states in the country!Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

THIS PICTURE RIGHT HERE. I have no idea why but it happened again the second I saw it to insert itΒ into this post. My stomach twisted up bad that we wereΒ really headed home. I did not want to go back.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

Mount Rainier as we were still ascending and with virtually no daylight left. It’s amazing what a good camera can pick up.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

At this moment, Mount St. Helens (the one that erupted in 1980) is directly underneath us. That is Mount Adams on our left as we were headed south.

And this was the last picture of the trip.Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip

The reason I did not want to come home was that for the first time in 11 years I had been away for two days.

And for the first timeΒ my kid would not be there to greet me.

I forced myself to turn right around and book a flight and a hotel toΒ Denver twoΒ weeks later.Β A trip all by myself. Just likeΒ I used to. Then I got cold feet, cancelled, and I’veΒ not gotten back up in the air since.

This trip toΒ Seattle was absolutely perfect. If there was someone (Phoenix some of you said) or something watching over me then great. Regardless, every single activity we did. Every single person we interacted with. It all went perfectly and ten times better than planned.

In theΒ past two months I’ve gotten recognition from the Seattle Times, Hyatt, Seattle Monorail, SeaTac Airport and Anthony’s for my blogging articles. That’sΒ been pretty cool.

So, if youΒ see a message from me on here or my Twitter or Facebook page that I got back on a plane. Even for aΒ one day flight. Give me a littleΒ virtual hug and clap. It will have been a turning point again.

I appreciate you allΒ so very much!

Mike πŸ™‚


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Mike Vogler

I have been told (many times) that I really need to write a book about my life. The past 50+ years have been an exciting ride, and these days I find myself with a great many passions. However, I feel that this website is a much more personal way with which to share my musings, stories and commentary.

  104 Responses to “Seattle, Washington Bucket List Trip Comes To An End”

  1. Seattle sounds wonderful. My sister and mother just visited and I loved their pictures. I will have to visit soon!

    • I hope you two can make it there, Michelle! I’m glad your mother and sister enjoyed it like I did πŸ™‚

  2. Great air shots, Mike! The mountains are absolutely gorgeous on the West Coast. I see Mt. Baker everyday from my walk on the beach. Going home is a funny feeling sometimes. If things aren’t going as we hoped or we’re dealing with loss, grief it can be difficult to go back and face the music.

    I always say, when I get up in the morning, Ha! I’m up so watch out, suckers!! It makes me laugh to myself and gives me strength to keep going despite circumstances.

    I vote you go to Denver and we get to benefit from your blog follow up. Congrats on the success of the trip, Mike and thanks for sharing it with all of us.

    • We are so spoiled with the Cascades then the Sierras in my neck of the woods aren’t we, Lisa? You are spot on right about seizing each day oh my gosh if you were to spend time with me in real life you would see I’m working really hard on “it”! Denver is a good vote but right now I just need to fly SOMEWHERE. By myself. For just a day then come back in that same day. Thank you for always being soooo incredibly supportive to me these past few years! πŸ™‚

  3. I grew up watching American films and have such strong ideas of what it would be like to visit. One day mike, one day.

    • Ah yes, Sleepless in Seattle will give you a little taste of it. Disclosure, An Officer and a Gentleman, The Vanishing (very scary), Practical Magic. I see Coconut Baked French Toast and now I can’t wait to see what it is in store for my virtual taste buds, Bintu! πŸ™‚

  4. The end of a trip is always such sweet sorrow…..yet also marks the time to start planning the next one!

    • You are so absolutely right, Mike, and I had done that with Denver then dropped the ball. I will get back up on that horse eventually πŸ™‚

  5. Ooooh, I love that shot from the plane πŸ™‚ I’m really glad that your whole Seattle trip was such a great experience! You and your aunt really had a wonderful time and you saw and did so many great things!

    • Oh thank you so much, Melissa, and I’m glad I made you laugh too! That was the best part πŸ™‚ I was very lucky to have that time with her and now I have to get out and do it again soon on my own! πŸ™‚

  6. Flying into and out of Sea-Tac provides some great camera candy. If you go back to Seattle, I bet you would enjoy visiting the Boeing Plant. Speaking of plane rides, we just got to our hotel after a 10+hour flight from Philly to Tel Aviv. We managed to change some money at an ATM and then find the train station at the airport and then to get on the right train to our hotel with some help from some English speaking Israelis. Cities for you to visit that aren’t too far from you: San Diego, San Francisco, and Santa Fe.

    • Ha, thank you for the insert on your trip update…you read my mind again, Suzanne! Because that was the first thought on my mind when I saw your name here! πŸ™‚ You are absolutely right on the camera candy up there. Good destinations except there are no non-stops to Santa Fe. Right now…look for San Francisco! I just didn’t commit to when πŸ™‚

  7. Mike you continuously bring a smile to my face with your reports of Seattle. You’ve reminded us of the city’s good side and removed the day-to-day stuff that dims its shine for many of us. Your shot of the KOMO news building is a haunting one for those of us around here as last year one of its news helicopters (helipad on the roof) had a problem and crashed in the road in front of the building on take off, killing both the reporter and the pilot. I can’t look at photos of the KOMO building without seeing in memory that sad, sad day for the KOMO news family.

    • I so appreciate the wonderful compliments as always, Jackie. Yes, that helicopter crash was horrible…I do remember that. There was no way I was passing on my lifelong dream with the picture of it. I hope you have a great weekend! πŸ™‚

  8. Oh I’m still laughing over the picture with your aunt’s hands “she’s probably trying to find her happy place” … hahhahahah!!!!!
    Those are the best vacations – ones where you need to take-all-the-pictures-of-all-the-things so you remember all-the-things-that-made-you-smile-things…you know…for rainy days.
    I’m so happy that everything went well Mike πŸ™‚
    PS. Cute luggage lady is thinking “Sucker” – just kidding you!!!! I bet you’re quite the charmer in person!!! πŸ™‚

    • I’m sooooo glad you caught the line with me mentioning her hands, Kimberly! She was just staring straight ahead and I knew she had, had her fill of her nephew LOL πŸ™‚ I love expressing myself online through all of my photography. There’s such a story to tell. Btw…I’m a total sucker for attractive women and if they are selling something (you know what I mean)…I’m doomed! πŸ™‚

  9. I’m sorry, I’m still laughing at you trying to the ride the bike but kept falling off…

    • Okay. I’ve composed myself. Nope, I just imagined you back on that bike again trying to climb uphill and not getting anywhere. I’m sure the cute sales girl didn’t see you fall off though.

    • The running across the store and trying to mount the bike was a bugger, Patti!

    • Especially when I missed the seat…you know where guys voice octave goes up 100 fold? πŸ™‚

  10. Okay. Now. Seriously. You’ll know when it’s time to take the next little journey, just like you knew it was time to take on Seattle. One day at a time, that’s the best any of us can do.

    • Thank you for your previous two comments…they had me laughing! It’s definitely been time for me to go…it’s getting through the process that has me hung up. You are absolutely right on one day at a time, Patti. Unfortunately from my perspective I just wasted 5 months of one day at times ya know what I mean?? I’m excited to go over and check out your next installment! πŸ™‚

  11. I’m not surprised you’ve gotten the recognition – your “travel” blogs are wonderful. So many are cut and dry boring. Yours are full of humor, tidbits of personal info, amazing food pix, touching stories – you insert you into each post. And I will not be surprised to hear you got back on a plane boldly going somewhere because it’s in you and you’ve been bitten. Seattle was a great starting point. Life is far too short, my friend, to not go out and grab the world by the ba*ls.

    • Wow, you always know how to lift a guy up about my writing, Nan. I sooooo dearly appreciate that! That’s cool how you described my travel posts being different from others because I do try to put a very personal slant on each of mine. To be different. Life is sooooo very short, my dear, and I’m acutely aware of that. Definitely trying to address some things within and get going again! πŸ™‚

  12. Hi Mike,

    All good things come to an end and this was indeed a wonderful trip! I am amazed at your skill of mentioning every meticulous detail, combined with awesome photography, interspersed with humor…you can be an outstanding travel expert. You can write so many books, Mike.

    Wishing you another trip soon, dear friend.

    • You are the best on the wishes for me, Balroop! Wowee thank you, thank you on the writing the books compliments…you and Nan swell my head! πŸ™‚ I will keep working on the writing in the hopes that my blogger friends continue to return!

  13. I do think it was Phoenix looking out for you but also? Your aunt taking you to the suitcase store? Really? FRUGAL YOU? I mean ok I’m frugalish but dude, you’ve gone above and beyond to do the most amazing brunches and dinners so being frugal about your luggage? Sorry but that’s funny to me. Also that the corporate people have recognized you is duh perfect.

    • LOL…my dear Kristi I typed that my aunt was the frugal one…NOT me on the trip!! πŸ™‚ If it had been her choice we would have stayed at a Holiday Inn and eaten meals in the cafeteria. That is no lie! My head is spinning as it smiles with delight at your “corporate” recognition compliment. Btw…you should have seen the dang bag that I used to carry stuff around in via the airport when everyone else was comfortably walking by with their roller suitcases. I was cursing myself to no end LOL πŸ™‚

  14. Mike, It was great reading all your adventures, and impressive that you overcame your fears to do so. I do think you can pull it off again…so good luck!

  15. Mike, what a blast you and your Aunt had in Seattle, such a great weekend.
    You gotta get on a plane…you gotta make a trip down under! We would love to see you in the flesh and give you a big hug.
    Seriously- book a trip, book a weekend away to anywhere…look at how much fun you had with your bucket list in Seattle, imagine how much fun you could have somewhere/anywhere. And you could take another 4000 pics πŸ™‚
    Congrats on your blog posts being noticed by so many wonderful people, you rock Mike xxx

    • Ha, a trip Down Under would be AHmazing, Lisa! Unfortunately I’m going to have to do a little reset to get my traveling demons exorcised first. I made a huge mistake in stopping right after this trip last October.

  16. Not surprised that your posts are getting the recognition they deserve! They are pretty awesome and you manage to bring us along on the rides,something that is very hard to do. I for one, know you will book another trip quite soon because l feel Phoenix is giving you a virtual paw push in that direction. You “talked” about it with him for 11 years, he knows it’s time you start doing it..he’s rooting for you, and so am l! That clam chowder looks so good :-), and someone has coconut French toast post? Oh my…. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    • I loved that part of the virtual paw push from Phoenix, Kemkem. Thank you SO much for always being so in tune with that between me and him. I definitely need to get going again after having this huge success. You are so wonderful! πŸ™‚

  17. Ha ha ha! I can see you falling off that bike!

  18. Lovely photos, Mike πŸ™‚

  19. It was the perfect trip Mike. Quick book that flight to Denver and don’t cancel it this time!

  20. ———-Mike,
    thank you, dear, for taking me on your trip w/ you. I can see we had SOooooo MUCH FUN!

    xxx HAPPY Weekend. xxxx

  21. That’s grey that you got so much recognition! You deserve it! πŸ™‚ Aww I know how you feel about not wanting to go home after a good trip! And WOW that clam chowder looks amazing!!! I love them and haven’t had some in soooo long! Jealous!

    • I hope you are able to get some delicious clam chowder soon, Michelle! You have me beaming about deserving the recognition…you are awesome! πŸ™‚

  22. I’ve loved reading about your bucket list trip, Mike. You’ve got some pretty amazing shots there. Heck, you even risked your life for some! The photos of the mountains are just breathtaking. I understand why you left with a heavy heart, but perhaps it’s time to make a new bucket list πŸ™‚

    • Ha, ha…yes the bus incident! What a fantastic memory, Tarana. It was wonderful to have you come along for the trip virtually πŸ™‚

  23. Thanks for sharing your trip with us. It really was just like being there. The window picture of Anthony’s in this post is truly a great photo… keeps drawing the eye back to look at it with so many good things doing on visually.

    • Thank you for the photo compliment, Jeri! I was captivated by that floor to ceiling window and keep looking at it too πŸ™‚

  24. Impressive pictures of Mount St Helen’s, Mike. I wonder if the people at KOMO would let you visit if you told them your’e a big fan, you never know

    • Excellent call and if I had, had more time in hindsight I would have most definitely asked them for a tour, Suze! πŸ™‚

  25. I am so glad that you took this trip and that you have so many wonderful memories from it. When you’re ready, you will travel again.

    • Most definitely on the memories, Elizabeth, and I hope to get going sooner rather than later. You’re trip is getting really close too! πŸ™‚

  26. We’ll get that message. You’ll get back on that plane. For some reason, I would LOVE to travel alone, but then I get odd about being a flight away from my kids. A car ride seems more doable.
    And clam chowder is one of my favorite foods. Did your aunt not eat because you were about to get on the plane? I never can eat right before a flight. I get nervous!

    • My aunt didn’t eat because the poor gal was full from the weekend! She does have to snack for her blood sugar though. I completely understand on the Catch-22 for you with solo traveling and missing the kids, Tamara! πŸ™‚

  27. Mike i am sending you a great big virtual hug right how!

  28. Your posts are really great, perfect travel blogger! You should do that professionally. You make me want to go to these places, you capture their charm perfectly without sounding like a commercial, or being boring at all. Like riding that bike on the wall, that was hilarious (hope the wounds have all healed!)
    I hope you do go on another trip, and blog about it so we can all experience it with you.
    May I recommend San Diego? Beautiful place. Great zoo, good food, amazing weather. Just a thought. There are also travel groups, where you can experience a place with a guide and a group of people. My good friend does one of those every year, and she winds up meeting new friends from all around the world. Again, just a thought. Great posts!

    • San Diego is most definitely on my list, Joy! It’s a matter of lining up non-stop flights out of Reno whenever possible at this point and time. And there are only about 6 of those. Reno sucks. If I were going to be traveling frequently then yes I would dive into the full time travel blogging. And WOW thank you for the enormous compliments! πŸ™‚

  29. What an eventful day. Really hope you’ll cancel the cancellation and get on a plane to Denver, Mike.

  30. Love the pictures from the plane. I used to take videos as a kid with my camcorder when I would visit my dad. I felt SO cool. LOL. I’m so glad you had such an amazing trip Mike. You deserve it!!!

    • How ironic you mention a camcorder as I’ve been thinking of getting one, Krystle! I loved taking photos from the plane too πŸ™‚

  31. I have enjoyed the virtual trip with you Mike. I spotted some bags in that shot I would have liked. I’ve been looking for one that is not too big, can hold my camera, and not look like a camera bag! After that huge lunch you still ate at the airport?? and taking pics while you were driving tisk tisk….LOL! Fabulous shots from the plane window – thanks! I am glad you went on this trip with your Aunt. And congrats for your recent blogging recognition. It’s a difficult place to get noticed these days. I hope that you hop on a plane to somewhere soon. I am sure Phoenix will be along for the ride. Happy travels, have a great week, and thanks for stopping by my blog today.

    • Yes, I ate again…I wasn’t going to miss a single chance for anything over the 36 hours Jill! Actually I will have eventually put up a picture of the “camera bag” I bought. I haven’t even tried it yet. It’s so awesome to hear from you here and I sooooo appreciate the compliments! πŸ™‚

  32. I am so impressed at who has picked up your blogs – a huge congrats.

    As a kid I used to lie in bed listening to my AM transistor radio and picking up stations all over the US – and it actually fueled part of my wanderlust. So cool that you feel that connection with the radio station.

    Now to get on a plane again….it will happen so don’t beat yourself up.

    • That is great that you’ve enjoyed the same AM radio stations like I have, Leigh! Ever since my neighbors put in a satellite dish many years ago what I can get at home has been greatly limited. So, my best shot is in the Jeep late at night. Thank you always for your incredible support of me πŸ™‚

  33. First off the pictures aree stunningg!! Kudos to your aunt for tolerating the shutter sounds more than 4000 times :P:P
    And super proud that you just went with the flow and made up this plan and m sure someone is sure watching over you πŸ™‚

    Ciao until the next time you fly mike (Plan (or may just go on) a trip soon ) … πŸ˜€

    • I most definitely want to go again. I waited too long and have to do a baby steps restart of sorts, Rashmi. I love your encouragement and will take every bit of it! πŸ™‚

  34. It has been a joy taking a tour through Seattle with you. I do enjoy your writing, it makes me feel as if I am right there with you.

    • That is one of the best compliments any writer/blogger can receive, Rachael. I’m very grateful to you for that! πŸ™‚

  35. Giving you a virtual hug or two. Or even more if you want! I’m glad you had such a good time in Seattle. Phoenix would have been so glad for you!

  36. I’m hoping that you have another turning point, Mike. Travel is so therapeutic, and I wish more of it for you. If you go to Denver, I’d love to read about it. That’s someplace I’ve been longing to get to along with the rest of Colorado. By the way, I have a Timbuk2 bag too – I have the Wingman. It’s a backpack but it is sooooooooooooooo wonderful! They make really durable bags.

    • Hi Dana, it’s ironic you mention the Timbuk2 bag because I hadn’t used it when I wrote this. But, I have since then and I like it! πŸ™‚

  37. That Clam Chowder and Salmon looked DAMN good! Oh, and the trip looked pretty awesome too… πŸ˜€

  38. Great pictures Mike! I’m so glad you had a good trip. And, well done on getting recognition from the Seattle Times, etc. for your articles! That’s great. I hope you will get back on a plane really soon.

  39. I love the pictures from the air! Seattle sounds wonderful.

  40. Hey Mike,
    just dropping in to say hi.

  41. Hi Mike: Long time no see. lol We’ve been blogging ghosts as of late, working on book 2 in our P-7 series as well as learning how to juggle two jobs with our writing career. But we’re back on and hoping to be regulars at our fav haunts; yours being one. O.K. now to the blog post. So you’ve done what Inion & I have only dreamed of. It has been our long time dream to live in the State of Washington more specifically the Olympic Peninsula and visit Seattle which we heard is very artsy. Of course there’s that big plus that it just so happens to be the birthplace of Grunge which as you know is my music of choice. The pictures were divine and they only left us with a greater longing to go there. Then we realized that there are more posts before this one where we can get more looks into Seattle. So to you we thank you graciously for sharing with us our biggest dream!! Excellent post, sharing now our friend. πŸ˜‰ xoxox <3

    • Congratulations on continuing to pursue and succeed with your book writing, ladies! I hope you two make it there soon! πŸ™‚

  42. Really enjoyed the post, Mike! The funny thing about the Bucket List- when you cross out one item, you add two new ones!

    PS. I love to take pics of super cute blond girls too πŸ˜‰

    • Ha, ha I appreciate you getting the inside joke between us, Alex. And you are absolutely right on bucket lists! πŸ™‚

  43. Don’t be afraid to get back on that plane again Mike! Even if it’s only an hour flight. Don’t give up. Just think of all the places you want to see. Slowly work towards that goal. KEEP TRAVELING!!

  44. Hi Jenn, it turned out I never was afraid of flying. And as you know I grew up flying and learning how to be a pilot! The anxiety was related to other things. I have flown several times since then and it has been a blast! It’s so wonderful to hear from you and thank you bunches for stopping by and commenting! πŸ™‚

  45. Oh wow! Well done you for taking that trip. I can see you getting back on another flight and adventure.

    Take that new suitcase go exploring

    • Hi Alicia! Wow, it’s so wonderful that you stopped by and commented! I did take a few short trips since then so the new suitcase got some use! Have a great day! πŸ™‚

  46. Awesome post! I can’t wait to visit Seattle and I will look out for the KOMO building πŸ™‚
    Love your sense of humour. The bit about your aunt’s hands folded patiently was excellent – something we can all relate to!

    • Hi Necia! Thank you so much for your compliment and that will be awesome for you to visit Seattle. It is amazing! Ha, ha to my aunt…she is the best! It’s great to hear from you! πŸ™‚

  47. Hey Mike: We’ve already commented on this once we just wanted to check on you & make sure you’re doing okay. We hadn’t heard from you in a while and noticed you hadn’t had a recent post. Hope everything is okay with you and Phoenix. xoxo πŸ˜‰

  48. I see you had an amazing time, Mike. The food, landscape and all of these sightseeing spots made this trip so unique!!

    • Hi Agness, and yes it was a fantastic trip and a great lifetime memory with my aunt πŸ™‚

  49. Gorgeous pictures! I’ve only ever been to Seattle once, for 2 days, for a football game. It’s definitely on the list to go back for a “real” trip. Thanks for the inspiration

    • Hi Karyl! Thank you so much for your comment. Good reason to go to Seattle πŸ™‚ I hope you can make it back there soon! πŸ™‚

  50. Born in Seattle. Loved the walk down memory lane thru the photos and your story. My aunt used to have a house on Lake Tapps. Beautiful!! Still have a lot of family up in that area. Glad you got to visit!

    • Hi there Renee, and thanks for reading and commenting!! What a small world on Seattle being your hometown and yoru family – as it is one of my most favorite places ever!

  51. Sounds like such an adventure!! Hopefully one day I can make my way back to the States and see Seattle!

    • Hi Johlene! What a treat to have you stop by my blog!! I hope you have a great week and yes Seattle is incredible! πŸ™‚

  52. Hahaha love the image of you trying to get onto that wall mounted bike! πŸ˜› Beautiful photo of Mount Adam, by the way. Sounds like you had a nice trip πŸ™‚

    • Thank you so very much for stopping by to read and comment, Lara! Yes, it was a really nice trip! πŸ™‚

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