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... a quick beer at a micro brewery before a big three mile climb. Served the beer in jam jars. Quilcence is famous for having the biggest oyster hatchery in the world. Angela had plans on hitching a lift but made it to the top purely on pedal power. Think she quite enjoyed it. Then it was downhill to Dosewallips and our campsite for the evening. Lovely view of Mt Rainier on the ...
... juice and vinegar are other substances that can cause long term damage to your teeth if you use them too often. These substances are highly acidic and while good for temporary whitening, overusing them does do damage. These are instances in which common home remedies might not be your best bet. Traditionally in India, the neem tree is used for keeping the teeth clean and healthy. The bark, twigs, and leaves from the neem tree have antiseptic ...
Final Entry from Port Angeles, WA Sadly this will be my final entry for this trip. As promised, I have added a ton of pictures to better illustrate my narratives, hope you enjoy reading each entry again. What did this old sailor look like 60 years ago? Check out entry # 1. There will be other trips in the future but for now it is time to "put this one to bed".
I would like to acknowledge the following people who helped and encouraged ...
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The first leg of our journey: Port Townsend, WA to Ashland, OR, where we will be staying with a friend of one of my brothers. On the way there, we will be stopping at Canopy World to get the lock fixed ...
... out as Graeme was cooking for us all with it being our last night camping with the four who were leaving us. He cooked us BBQ basted pork ribs over the fire, with mashed potatoes, gravy and vegetables and it was delicious! He'd also bought us a chocolate cake for desert....the man is adorable, and probably worthy of the incessant drooling obsession that the girls all have for him haha. Due to popular demand, we played the village around the campfire a couple ...
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