|Redmond, WA... my first day at Camp eHome, between the Building 50 parking garage and the 520 east bound on-ramp. Since arriving 3 days prior, Bigfoot had remained parked at my apartment at Bellevue Pointe while operation "Move In" was in progress. I finished moving in and closing out the apartment the evening before and spent my first night in Bigfoot parked outside the apartment. I arose early on this day and drove over to the parking spot I had scoped out at my workplace, Building 50... Camp eHome. My plan to try "full timing" in an RV was now underway...|
|Redmond, WA... having pulled into Camp eHome for the first time, the excitement of my RV plan becoming a reality was countered by my Father's deteriorating health condition back in Charlotte and the death of former President Ronald Reagan. In Bigfoot, I watched President Reagan's funeral before stepping over to Building 50 for work.|
|I consider Ronald Reagan to have been the greatest man of the 20th Century.|
|Camp eHome - situated between the Building 50 parking deck and a little wooded area that served as a buffer between the parking deck and the 520 eastbound on-ramp. This little park-like buffer zone, a stone's toss from my front door, was not on a path to anywhere, and was (as far as I could tell) a barely known little enclave. From this peaceful little wooded area I could see... on a clear day... Mount Baker to the north, the Cascades to the east, and Mount Rainier to the south...|
|Kirkland, WA... giving Nancy a tour of Bigfoot and a ride to her workplace - Seattle Hooters, at Lake Union. Nancy was talking about how I had talked for a long time about getting one of these "Bigfoot cars," and how I now had one... and I must say, I liked that talk!|
Sunday, June 20
Redmond, WA... inside Bigfoot...