Tonight I am tucked in at the Smith Creek boat launch.
|This is a great waking beach. The firm sand makes|
for easy walking.
|The artsy attempt|
|:-) Life is good.|
|I scored a front row seat with a great view.|
|Shipping headed for Vancouver or Seattle|
|Tide pools below the campground|
|Ken controls everything remotely|
|My turn on the tampez|
|Happy hour with good friends.|
|Serenity along the Salmon River (45.71257, -116.31704)|
|A horse martingale|
|Pony beaded mountain sheep hide shirt.|
|Mural depicting the ancestral village that was on the|
riverbank below the visitor center.
|Quiet night on the Snake River (46.58593, -118.00635)|
|Some of Tom's delicious vine ripened tomatoes.|
|Which I have been turning into tasty BLTs. Thanks Tom.|
|Tucked in on the Cowlitz River below White Pass.|
|Home for the next two weeks, Evergreen Coho SKP park.|
|Luckily the major damage was confined to the area|
above the window
|The styrofoam and wood was not attached to the|
outer aluminum skin and came right out.
|Fitting in new wood and the old styrofoam. The tape held the |
styrofoam and wood in place until the skin was attached when the Trek was built.
|Ready for the wall panel.|
|I used a contraction adhesive|
made specifically for foam and panel assembly
|We could not find wall board to match the original.|
Adelle covered some 1/8 inch plywood with contact paper.
It has a similar look and she says she can live with it.
|Next, find the leak before the next big rain.|