It was fantastic!
With renewed strength we rode down the Chuckanut Drive, one of the most scenic coast routes in Washington.
Whidbey Island we were surrounded by veils of white. Traffic to the island was crazy and dense, and we were pushing hard to keep the Vespa's going with the traffic flow. They did well, but is wasn't fun.
After the fog lifted, we were a little disappointed. The island is a tourist trap, and a race track. Meanwhile we were doing an average of 55/60 miles to avoid being run off the road. However, we couldn't figure out where everybody was racing to, and so we headed straight to the ferry back to the mainland.
Woodmark Hotel at Lake Washington, close to the venue we would be visiting later the day.
Redhook Brewery in Woodinville we had beer, pretzel and bratwurst with sauerkraut in a bun. Just the right stuff after a long ride.
Chateau St. Michelle in Woodinville. Bella Fleck and later on Bruce Hornsby. Two genius musicians, a feast for the ears, and a great show.
It wasn't allowed to take pictures at the event, so after this one, (and a friendly reminder from the gentlemen in the red shirt on the left) there were only a few more crappy cellphone pictures that won't do the show justice.
It was already after dark (our first night ride with the Vespa's) when the performance ended, but the scooters took us back to the hotel safely. What a gorgeous day.