Bye bye Seattle[/caption]
Sitting here stuffing my face with raspberries in a farm kitchen called the HohHumm Ranch near Forks next to Olympia State Park. This morning got up and it was dull and overcast and had been raining so a bit cooler than yesterday had my free breakfast and caught the bus to Aurora Suzuki to pick my bike up. Hardly recognized it, as it was clean! Did not know I had black wheels I thought they where a muddy brown and a I could see bits I had not seen for months as they where caked in mud. Chatted with the guys and settled the bill ouch but very reasonable considering the amount of work been done and if I am going to keep doing these kind of mileages I am going to have to pay keep the bike in Tip Top conditions if I am going the make it to Ushuaia. Big cheer and thank you to Darrell and the boys at Aurora Suzuki Inc. Seattle not only for fitting me in so quickly but also for there customer service which was excellent Darrell was still polishing and cleaning the bike while I was there and insisted on doing it even though I said it was not necessary. So great job the bike has never looked better and I am now going to get it all dirty again. So was on the road at about 11 and headed in to town to get a ferry across to Olympic National Park and caught this with minutes to spare problem was I did not know which ferry I was on and where it would kick me out but no problem they all end up roughly in the same place.
Bye Bye Seattle[/caption]
Still dull and overcast so could not see the Mountains I hear they are very nice! At about 4 ish I ran out of steam so started to look for places to stay even checked out a campsite. In the end I stumbled on a B&B which was reasonably priced and that where I am in a ramshackle farm kitchen next to huge bowl of raspberries which I have been picking at all night so much that my keyboard is all sticky. Lovely view dogs cats and farm animals and hummingbirds and I think I all caught up with my blog as well so another excellent bit of luck landed me here.