We’re trying to escape the supposedly unusual fog in Seattle (per the locals) that has been tormenting us for the past week and so we’re heading south in search of the sun, or at least some waves.[one_third][/one_third] [one_third][/one_third] [one_third_last][/one_third_last]
Before we got on the road though, we’ve made a stop at a few surf shops and introduced NO&YO…you know spreading the word!
Meeting new people on this trip of ours is the best part. It’s great how you can just click with some people instantaneously-like with Kelly at Urban Surf by Lake Union in Seattle. They have a great location and even better vibes inside the store! They made us feel great and we enjoyed chatting with them as if we’ve known them forever.
Being on the road, driving through south Washington has been awesome, has been freedom at its best while of course making us feel happy… the vast forests and spaces untouched by people reveal that there is still a frontier that humans haven’t built on leaving you alone with nature, if you want to.[one_third][/one_third] [one_third][/one_third] [one_third_last][/one_third_last]
For the night we ended up at Long Beach (the other other Long Beach- not CA and not NY) at the cool Sou Wester- vintage travel trailer park and a historic lodge from 1898. Waking up amongst 1950’s trailers right next to the beach was surreal![one_third][/one_third] [one_third][/one_third] [one_third_last][/one_third_last]
And now off we go- heading for Portland and the coast of Oregon..