Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Layover......

8:10 am - Tuesday - September 8th - Blyn, WA - 55° F, 69% humidity, wind 15 mph directly out of the east.....smoke filled skies today from forest fires east of I-5 with a forecast high of 72° F.  The view this morning......↴


On this day in 2014 we were enjoying the beauty of the Cape Blanco beaches......↴


Monday was largely a layover day for us as we are waiting for the COSTCO pharmacy to open Tuesday morning.  The Tour de France also had a 'layover' day, or day off from riding, so we took a walk about mid morning over to Longhouse Market and Deli, which is owned and run by 7 Cedar Casino and Hotel (where we are staying).  We spied this sign on the way....isn't it 'Johnny Come Lately'?.......

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.....the market/deli is actually almost as large as a regular supermarket, and seems very high end......


  
....we did a little shopping, but didn't buy much.  The walk over and back is about a mile from the very back of the RV parking area, where we are parked.  Since this is a Native American facility owned by the Jamestown S'Klallam Indian Tribe, which means 'strong people'......


 
....so there are many totem poles located on the property.......




...we were  back home shortly after 11 am, just in time to see Dustin Johnson (the leader after 3 rounds of the Tour Championship) tee off.  He began the day with a 5 stroke lead (19 under par), and held a lead ranging from 4-5 strokes until the 7th hole when he bogied the 7th and 8th holes and found himself only 2 strokes ahead at the time.  Ultimately he held off the field winning by 3 strokes at 21 under par to win the $15 million dollar winner's purse.  With about 5 holes to play I went out to our Norcold refer to find a good beer to sip and was surprised to find I still had one Allagash White left from our summer in Maine two years ago......

 Still the best Belgian White I have ever tasted!

.......the other night Bob and Karen served pot roast for dinner, and gave TLE one half of what was leftover.  She took that and made a wonderful Beef Bourguignon for dinner which we enjoyed alfresco.........



......not much of a 'lido deck' effect in the middle of a large parking lot, but perfect for us!

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