Axton Road Bed & Breakfast, Llc
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Today, we went to this absolutely gorgeous string of rocky, craggy mountains around Mt. Baker. The place we went was called Artist Point, and it was in the middle of these huge and snow-covered mountains, with beautiful evergreen trees everywhere and a piney scent from heaven. We climbed to the top of this square-ish mountain called Table Mountain, which opened out up top into these pointy rock summits for a little ways, and then after that ...
... after our return from Alaska. Today our objective is to get to Bellingham and have a couple of days to regroup, relax, pack, clean and do laundry for the next leg of our journey into Alaska.
The Bellingham RV Park is small but very nice, clean and efficient. The staff here has been really helpful to give us a list of must see ideas while we are here. We decided to take their advise and sight see a ...
... were docked right in the center of town. The town was all touristy, including barkers on the sidewalk to lure you into their stores. ( I actually didn't mind the barkers -- they were cute young women in mini-skirts.) We did buy some Alaska art work, but that was it. Supposedly there was a totem pole park somewhere in the city but we didn't have time to visit. We raced to find a cab and get back to the ferry before it sailed into the ...
... really understand whether I paid the original price anyway.
This strange focus on the customer isn’t just restricted to fast food places. As predicted, I have started the first of a list of projects that I suspect has been created specifically to keep me occupied while the mother-daughter stuff rolls along. Shelves! What father can resist the opportunity to build some shelves, especially when they use ...
Today we went to Mount Baker, our last field trip of our stay abroad!
My hostmother asked if I wanted to bring a sled, but I thought that would be too much trouble.. That is the biggest mistake I could possibly make. I thought bringing warm clothes and a big lunch would be sufficient. Well, that proves I hadn't been to Mount Baker before.
When we saw Mount Baker out of the van, Ulli ...