We spent our last night in the US at the Northern Lights Casino at Anacortes Washington, where Skip’s sister Pam lives. We have stayed there before in the full service RV Park. The weather was terrible, pouring rain and very windy. They are in the middle of building a hotel onto the casino, and the road was in terrible condition, from all the trucks and heavy equipment.
Skip and I went to Pam’s house for a while then the three of us went to a restaurant called El Jinetet for a good Mexican dinner.
Tuesday morning we woke up to this.
All the way to the border.
There was no line up at the border, we were asked the usual questions and welcomed home to Canada.
And there was no snow!
For awhile, then we had sleet
And bridge construction to deal with.
We caught the 12.30 ferry to Vancouver Island, and by 3pm we were passing Nanoose Bay. No snow, no rain.
Fifteen minutes later we pulled in our drive way, glad to be home. Our little house looked so big after six months in the motorhome.
I think the yard needs a little work though.
We have been home three days, the motorhome is mostly unpacked, our van is reinsured, and some of the leaves are raked up, now if only the temperature would warm up.