a peek...

If you're crossing the mountain you need to stop at Zekes for a shake and a cheeseburger
it's been here forever.

at my first Oktoberfest.
I really whooped it up Friday night.
Really, I did a really great job at it.
so well that it took all day to rest up for Saturday.

I learned a few things:

1. Drinking beer out of beer steins is super fun.

2. Doing the Chicken Dance with about 300 other people, super fun.

I don't know who these people are
but they were dressed so awesomely i had
to take a photo...

3. AC/DC played on the accordion, AWESOME

4. Wearing silly hats is an unwritten rule. Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego??

5. Spinning in circles and bouncing up and down with a belly full of beer drank from a stein, not awesome.

one of the many many places you could buy your beer. You buy a
souvenir stein and then get your plastic cup full of beer and
then pour it into your stein for consumption!

We had a blast despite three out of four of us who were slow moving Saturday. None as slow as me. We tried to rally for Saturday but fingers of the night before were still holding us back... D and I called it early Saturday night and settled in back at the condo to eat popcorn and watch crime dramas on TV and I finished baby blanket number three. I have since started baby blanket number four.

we ran into our favorite waitress from our favorite Irish Pub in Everett!
hi Ashley!
Leavenworth is a Bavarian Style Village nestled into the Cascade Mountain Range on Highway 2 in Washington. Originally it was a town based around the railroad and when the railroad left and the town was about to go the way of Deadwood they decided to turn it into a village like ones you'll find in Bavaria. Any business that wants to open in Leavenworth now must style the building in the traditional Bavarian architecture to maintain the theme. It's a very popular tourist/vacation area with skiing, snowshoeing and cross country skiing in the winter, river rafting, hiking, mountain biking, golf and mountain climbing in the summer.

The Website works.
It pulled up on my maps.
Sadly though, the phone is disconnected
and Wooly Bully Yarns is no longer open.
I was so close!


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