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Vashon Island is a place that I visited yearly growing up for wrestling and probably monthly for work while working for King County. For the first time in my life, I went to this island for pleasure and not business. There couldn't have been a better time to visit here but during there annual Strawberry Festival. Claire and I took the ferry to Vashon Island from Tacoma. There is no bridge that connects the island with the mainland. It is a 40 minute ferry ...
... of this immense gray rock, with a halo of thick gray and white billowy clouds hovering all around it, protecting it from view. The sun made a valiant effort to burn through, but it never did.
I have to say a few words about the photos. In the valley, you can see what looks like a dried up river bed, but it is actually the lava flow with a river running through it and areas of green where the park service has planted ...
... until 5:30 AM, woke up to find most of the guys had gone back to their homes, the captain was still with us and woke soon after we did, bringing us cookies and tea. Finally, Sobhan came out to the boat about 7AM, we needed his help and were ready to hit the road. We took a little ferry over to where all the buses were, chaotic scene. We saw a body being taken for funeral wrapped in straw on a brightly covered wagon.
At the last minute, we learned that if we hopped a quick ride, ...
... and area can be in summer and after this round of travels, we were stoked to be home for a short while. We both volunteered on separate Big City Mountaineers courses in ...
... of the car, and walked around the outside of the boat taking in all the views, and then went inside to relax. I called my aunt Mary and let her know that we would be a little later, but would see them soon.
We finally docked at Vashon, and followed my great aunts directions - looking for the giraffe statue, turn right. We found it. We parked the car, and called her to let her know we were here and to make sure we knew which place was theirs. She and ...
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