The Captain Whidbey Inn
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Smooth sailing but there is a wind outside. Lee went early to workout and by the time I arrived, all the cardio machines were taken. I lucked out and got an elliptical after a short wait. I put on my Bose headphones and watched Jacque Pepin on the TV of my machine. By the time I finished, I could move right to a treadmill. Lee was doing her sit ups and arms by then. She finished and went to shower while I finished with a good stretch. When I got back to the room ...
... a lot. It can also affect your health tremendously. It's no better than using chewing tobacco actually. Another common cause of stains on the teeth is drinking coffee. You need to be aware of all of these factors, however it may not cause you to stop drinking coffee. Consider sipping your coffee, you can minimize the damage to your teeth by only drinking a couple times a day. You can actually minimize any staining to your teeth and rinsing your ...
... are great for helping you put fluoride onto your teeth, they aren't often good at killing the bacteria that can seep into the enamel and your gums and cause problems. Try using tooth soap instead, which is an effective natural product. You can also use essential oils with antibacterial properties, but many people find their taste awful. Tooth soap, on the other hand, can be applied to your teeth directly, and it doesn't taste terrible and it does a great job of ...
After visiting Anacortes and crossing Deception Pass, on highway 20, we made our way to Fort Ebey State Park. Fort Ebey State Park, a 645-acre camping park on Whidbey Island, was originally built as a coastal defense fort in World War II. Concrete platforms mark the gun locations. The park has three miles ...
Tim and I went fishing again tonite. We went one place and it was so windy that we couldn't even cast. Pink salmon are also called a humpy. I caught a 22 inch pink salmon; the weight was about 5 pounds. Only fish of the night. Only 10 inches smaller than Tim's monster King salmon from last night. haha. Having a great time. I had to catch ...