Thanks to iffy internet and the plague - it took quite a few weeks to get this post up. Womp. We almost completed a whole year without any sickness and I had to come down with some weird virus that had me barfing every hour. Minute clinic to the rescue! It took about a day and a half to recover plus a french baguette, some crackers and a liter of 7-Up. All is well now.
We stayed 30 minutes outside of Leavenworth (for a little over a week) and nearly died of heat stroke. Almost every day, except for the last two days, were over 90 degrees. I guess coming from Nashville I should be used to it, especially since in Leavenworth it was dry heat not humid - but still. I have officially decided that anything above 70 degrees is unacceptable. Know of any places that don't get above 70 degrees in the summer? Yeah, me neither.
Anyway, we spent most of our time in the RV, with the AC full blast, drinking ice cold glasses of water. We did take daily walks around the park which was fun but...sweaty.
One day, we did venture out to the town of Leavenworth and took a very quick stroll around the cute Bavarian paradise before running back to the truck to turn on the AC and head back to camp. We didn't leave before getting an ice cream, of course.
Leavenworth probably deserved a little more than a stroll but it was too hot and heat makes me want to take a nap until fall.
Heat and sweat aside, Leavenworth was quite gorgeous and a fun excursion before heading back to Seattle.