Crossing Paths Again

2016 Out West, Road Trip, Washington

Cathy & Jay took delivery of their new black and silver clamshell T@B just before Tearstock in July. They were camped near us there at Atwood but we didn’t really get to know them until they and their dog Zoe stayed a few sites from us in Cottonwood campground at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota early last month.  Then we saw them southbound as we were headed north on Highway 16 in South Dakota’s Black Hills. When we thought we saw them pass us on US-101 in Forks on Friday we sent them a text. The exchange of a few messages revealed that we both had reservations at the same campground on Sunday. So we made plans for a dinner together. We chose Downriggers on the waterfront in Port Angeles where we enjoyed the views, craft brews, local salmon, and wonderful conversation. We swapped tales of life in our respective T@Bs and of road trips past and present. We’ll stay in touch and look forward to the next time our paths cross!




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