On our last day in Seattle before heading north, we made our way back to the market, and to a cheese shop/factory for another delicious toasted sandwich. Amanda met us a little later, a few blocks away where the Underground Tour took us under the streets of Seattle and back in time with a history lesson on the sewerage issues of the 1800's. Seems the city burnt down in 1896 and when rebuilding took place, the roads were nearly 2.5m above the footpaths. The old footpaths are now covered over, and make for a unique walking tour.
A bite to eat at Chipotle (like Subway only Mexican) and we were back at the hotel collecting our bags, then on to our next destination. Not sure where at this stage.
It turned out to be a cute town of Bellingham. Just 10 minutes from town was Larrabee State Park and it has showers! Tents pitched and wine in hand, we make our way down to the beach to watch the sunset. While the sky was quite hazy from distant fires, the view across the water of distant islands and ships was great.
A while later, back in camp, we realized that the old historic rail tracks running through the park were still in use - by a freight train that blows it's whistle ( a very long loud foghorn) as it passes through the park. 10pm, 12pm, 2am .....