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8/10 Day 49 I'll try and not be so long winded today. We are still camped at Sol Duc Campground near Port Angeles. Today we started off with a trip to the Hoh Rain Forest. What we saw was basically an expansion of what we see almost everywhere on the west side of the park including right behind our campsite – lots of moss covered trees and ferns. The new addition was more, large, I should say gigantic, trees. Some were as ...
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
After 38 days away from hearth and home, our favorite local ground transportation company; Rocket Transportation, picked us up at Pier 91 in Seattle and delivered us safely home. We are "Hooked on Rocket". Tons of mail, grass “as tall as an elephant's kneecap and two love starved cats; Cleo and Jmmi greeted us, as well as a beautiful sunny day.
Right now I need to bring this blog up to date:
... endless wait at the Hong Kong airport for our departure home.
I have included a collection of some of my favorite "sailing shots" for you to enjoy and to remind you of what an adventure cruising is.
Till we meet you again I would like to close with the following:
Goodbyes are not forever.
Goodbyes are not the end.
They simply mean I’ll miss you
Until we meet again!
Jack and Barbara ...
... which is fantastic and we follow them for about an hour watch them swimming and also killing an unfortunate seal which stupidly didn't realise that they were there a magnificent sight and a real honour to see these creatures in a natural habitat the boat heads back to Port Townshend about 6pm after another great day on board boat with a super crew,another great memory from this great trip
we SLOWLY drive back to Port Angeles where the sun is still shining and back to ...
... etc. They will all be leaving very soon and I'm not sure if any more helpers will be coming for a while. It's been nice to have people our age to hang out with and share chores.
So far we have learnt to make cheese pretty successfully; I've made paneer and cream cheese. We have been trying to keep the kids out of trouble by doing some seed planting and making a tire swing amongst other things. We have both been ill with colds and Daniel ...