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In only four short days I will be heading off to the airport to leave for Granada! Until then, I will be visiting Bellingham for the last time until June and finishing some last-minute preparations for my trip. I am already almost completely done packing, and I managed to fit everything I will be needing for the next 5 months into one large checked suitcase, a small carry-on suitcase, and a small backpack.
Still on my to-do ...
... br> overzealous friend had told us he planned to kidnap us and take us to the bar all along.
While we were loitering outside the bar contemplating the
long walk home, several cop cars pulled up and their occupants crash tackled a strange
looking man right in the street. It was pretty scary to watch, considering the
cops had been flagged by one guy, who just pointed at this strange man and the
cops went straight into action. It all seemed ...
... why. Although the views weren't spectacular, you could still see a fair distance, and it was of course completely free.
After the tour, we went back to the harbour to Ivar's Salmon House for lunch. Not that we've been missing English food already, but I suppose it couldn't get more traditional: Fish and Chips! It even said Chips on the menu, rather than fries, so maybe our lingo is catching on over here?
A brief walk ...
Today was primarily a work day. Laundry, floors etc. Then Laura and Molly came by camp and We all went to help Laura to go through her storage. We took 4 truck loads of stuff to Goodwill and a couch to her son Dylan. Lot's of memories stored up in that place.
Tonight we are having a Bar-b-que at our place. Laura, her kids Dylan and Molly and Uncle Scott all joined us for ...
... count on and that really helps. Combined with a little faith in yourself and a lot of common sense, you've got a good cocktail to start off with.
Leading up to the trip:
The classic reaction of everyone is "Why?" and "But it's so cold up there!".
One; "why not?" is more the question. It'll be an amazing experience! Two; I'm glad people are so perceptive -queue eye roll- , I'm going to Alaska in the winter... yes, it's going to be ...