200 people can commute in:

Great poster from Seattle demonstrating the space it takes on a street to move 200 people in various modes.

War Resister support protest at Peace Arch

On my way back from Canada, I stopped for my usual visit to the Peace Arch on the Canada/US border. This year I was pleasantly surprised to find a protest in favor of US war...

Great visit with some of the Canadian Trampleasures

Last night I had a great visit with cousins in Delta, British Columbia, Canada. Gary is my “fourth cousin.” He’s proud to be the oldest living Trampleasure in Canada, and the third oldest in the...

Two lovely days on Whidbey Island, WA

Mmm. Relaxing. I spent Saturday and Sunday with my old neighbor Quinn. Quinn moved up here last fall, and is enjoying his first summer on the island. He’s got a nice place, with enough space...

Mt. Rainier and a family of foxes

Today started off with me doing laundry and computer tasks while Etsuko went to class and Bob went to work. Around noon, we had got it together to drive to Mt. Rainier. Etsuko used to...

Another day, another 200 miles or so

Yesterday afternoon was a nice drive up coast of Washington (although most of it was inland). Entered the Olympic National Forest and Park. Last night I did make it to the Hoh Rainforest. Lots of...

Aberdeen, my Aberdeen

No, I didn’t get off course. I’m in Aberdeen Washington. Just below the Olympic National Forest/Park. Yesterday’s hitchiker was a self-proclaimed aging hippy who was just getting off work and heading home to help insulate...

Greetings from Eureka

Well, I finished my first day. Last night I stayed in Campsite #7 at Standish-Hickey State Recreation Area outside Leggett (just north of where Highway 1 meets 101). I had a nice rideshare with a...