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Girls wrapped in duvets sat opposite us at breakfast - it was that kind of motel... Delayed start due to stocking up and purchasing some fuel for the stove, so didn't get to see Port Townsend itself. Outside the supermarket there was this little Elf vehicle which Ange took a fancy to - she was quite happy to swap this for her bike. Took a wrong turn which meant a lot of big ...
... that diabetes wreaks havoc on the body, and can be terrible for the feet. When it comes to oral health, then there are possible chances of certain problems like periodontal disease and other complications. What all this means to you is you should be vigilant if you have risk factors. Take the extra steps to make sure you're healthy and practicing preventive medicine at home. It never hurts to get the truth about good oral care from your family ...
... of great views and curves that make a bike trip fun and interesting.
At noon today, I crossed the border at Sumas, BC into Washington. I took highway 9 and 20 to Port Townsend on the Olympia Peninsula. I got a room at a motel very close to the ferry. The first offering was $116 but when I asked if there was anything less expensive the desk clerk offered me a room in the old section for $75 which is a ...
... green fingered wife. Our garden is alive with baby frogs and butterflies the size of saucers. We have tasted some of the old Cartwright / Buller haunts in Vancouver and caught up on family folklore. She returns to Blighty tomorrow so we’ve rounded things off with some time at the Bloedel Reserve (ie. country house and grounds) watching birds we can’t identify in our black and white reference book fly sorties to engage scarlet dragonflies in aerial ...
... and park inland and the Pacific to the north. We were 5425' high (higher than the peak of Scotland's Ben Nevis peak 4409') and it was chilly, but the weather was clear so we took one of the paved 'trails' from the visitor centre higher up the mountain. Trails were good with lots of signs along the way with information about the plants and animals. The rubbish bins at the visitor centre have special opening mechanisms ...
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