(again, a lot of photos. you love it. i know.)
roll into pullman, washington in the evening. safely.
go to sara’s apartment. so cute.
so good to be with family on our trip.
go to dinner in moscow, idaho @ nectar.
eat cougar gold mac ‘n cheese.
sleep in a super comfortable bed.
wake up late. go to breakfast at old european. so, so good.
go to this super cute coffee shop. because of their ‘real pumpkin latte.’
working on my own recipe that i shall try when i get home.
clearly she loves it.
try to let emily pick potatoes. they are not ready to be picked yet.
so she stands in the field. with her people.
visited the bighorn sheep at wsu.
that guy had big horns.
emily eats sweet basil cheese curds. she makes me try them.
entices me by saying they’re less squeaky than the last curds she ate.
i try them anyway. turns out they don’t squeak and were pretty good.
ice cream and cheese. last hurrah before getting ruby back.
welcome to adulthood.
say goodbye to sara. start driving to seattle.
it’s dark. i’m driving again.
you know what happens.
hang out. drink wine. chat about life.
wake up and head to pike place.
go to a french cafe. drink good coffee. eat delicious pastries.
see the infamous fish market. watch the guys throw fish. it smells bad.
and eat it.
this is 1,394,948 pieces of pre-chewed gum.
it smells horrible.
they are awesome.
decide to adventure into the portland night-time scene.
head to deschutes brewery.
eat elk meatballs and drink some very local/yummy beers.
talk a lot.
we don’t really like doughnuts.
but these were weird. and good.
also the scene was fun.
and also made uber gross by my darling, dainty sister.
wake up. great coffee with alyssa and ang. say goodbye to new friends & great hostesses.
head into the city where the portland marathon has been happening beneath the apartment complex all morning.
she loves watching old people running.
and finishing races.
finally navigate our way around the race.
find coffee and breakfast burritos. they were good.
shopping in way-fun vintage stores. enjoying the artsyness. falling in love with this city.
leave portland. sad day.
we think the road will never end.
we may throw up.
it’s so windy. and so dark.
and there’s so much mountain.
finally make it to happy camp at 1:30 AM.
(band of horses- nw apartment)