We did not get to Whidbey today but I don’t see any reason why we won’t get there tomorrow. We had to move our campsite today and that didn’t take place until about 10:00. We are staying 4 nights here and have to move twice. It’s a pain in the neck. I didn’t think through how much it would hold you up that day. You have to make the move by 11:00, but you have to wait for the person in your site to leave first.
After we set up camp again, we dropped my lens off to be fixed. The guy thinks he knows what’s wrong with it and it will be ready in 1-2 weeks to pick up. It sounds like a straight forward problem to correct.
After we dropped off the lens, we went to a nearby Whole Foods for groceries. OMG. OMG. OMG. I could have stayed in there for days. I bought so much fresh food, there is no way we can eat it all. Did I say OMG? If Regis and Dart weren’t waiting in the truck, I’d probably still be in there. For dinner tonight we had seasoned tuna (Whole Foods seasoned it perfectly and Regis cooked it just right), cabbage crunch, beet and kale salad, and a glass of local wine. They bake their own tortilla chips, so I bought a bag of those with fresh salsa. I munched on that all afternoon along with the fresh strawberries. Yum, yum, yum.
I’m not particularly fond of Everett where we are camping (too congested), but I may just move into the Whole Foods parking lot and live there.
Regis fixed broken things in the RV this afternoon and worked on getting my computer humming. He’s been getting screaming WiFi access in this campground, enough to watch Netflix last night. My computer can barely load a page. After buying gear and tooling around, it appears my WiFi card may be the problem.
This week-end Jason and Coco will meet up with us in the Cascades to go hiking. Jason may make some Daiquiris with fresh fruit like nectarines or strawberries.
This is a picture from the produce section in Whole Foods. I was too busy buying food to take more pictures. Thank me. Otherwise, you would be drooling on your keyboard.