Well we have finally come to the end of our video blogs for the first inaugural PcT Roadtrip. What a great adventure it was! Can’t wait to start planning the next one.
We were thinking of squeezing in a trip before the end of this 2012 year, over the Christmas break, but it will depend on how busy we are with the business… and whether there are any members close enough who we would want to visit with us over the holiday season.
Then of course there is the weather to consider as well. If it gets too snowy or icy, that would not be good for towing a big trailer!
Whether or not it works for us to get away at Christmas this year, there will definitely be more opportunities for more roadtrips in 2013 and beyond.
Any way, in this final vlog post we would like to share with you a video of our final pit stop before driving further North and heading back across the border to Canada and our cozy home.
We chose the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge as our place to stop and meet with two more members of our community. Even though I say the name of this Refuge Park slowly and deliberately in the video, you’ll notice that I still don’t quite get it right, lol!
This Nisqually Refuge was a perfect meetup location because it was right off the I5… it had a big enough parking lot for our rig… and was a pretty place to wait until our guests could arrive. Unfortunately both members canceled, which left us with a little time to have a nice lunch and a quick walk around before finishing the last leg of your journey.
Now since we had a little extra time, Doug thought it would be a good for me to show you how all the craft and polymer clay supplies were stored while traveling. So here you go…
Doesn’t Willow’s beautiful Polymer Clay Faux Wooden Spoon look lovely on the wall? You should feel the finish on it… its smooth as butter!
And the gorgeous pink rose on top of the storage unit… did you notice that too? That was a birthday gift from Karonkay Cowger who you all got to meet in the first first video in this PcT Roadtrip series. Thank you again Karen for the amazing gift! The rose is going to be a permanent part of our trailers decor. Everyone who visits us will get the chance to see just how beautiful your flowers really are!
Since we didn’t really show you too much of the park, I thought you would enjoy this quick video I found on YouTube on the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge (not Reserve).
I hope you enjoyed this PcT Roadtrip video series. We would really love the chance to see you on our next adventure. If you haven’t already done so, do make sure to let us know where you live… so we can plan to drive through your city or town as well.
As you can see from the 13 videos we shot during this first Roadtrip, there is so much that we can learn form one another, and so many ways to become inspired. If you have any ideas on what would make the next trip even better, we would love to hear from you.
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