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Enjoyed the superb scenic views from the Olympic Discovery Trail today. We picked up the trail near Jamestown S'Kallam, and followed it to the Dunguness Spike Wildlife Refuge. Near the trailhead we spotted a casino and Kevin tried his luck at Blackjack. He ended up losing over $9.00. At least there was free wifi! The Olympic Discovery Trail is a beautiful ...
You don't have to be a hippie to start practicing natural teeth care. Over the years, we've learned that natural oral hygiene techniques are so much more effective than commercially made oral and dental products that have harsh chemical ingredients in them. Beyond using a natural toothpaste, though, how are you supposed to practice proper natural teeth care? It's not overly complicated actually. Below are a few methods that will help you get started. A water pik is a great ...
... happens to be where the huge boomers come into and out of the sub base . . . reportedly the canal is 700 feet deep in some places.
On the west side . . . is some timber land that was logged off . . . and in the late 80's when we were out here, we actually looked at a piece of property that had 200 feet of frontage on Hood Canal, looking east . . . but the beach was about 100 feet straight down . . . in the end we flinched!!
There was more logged off and ...
... large hiking area and a river flows through it, along with having a pier! We managed to pick up 3/4 bag of trash. Not that the park was all that messy, there was a good bit of trash brought up by the river. All in all a great park and well taken care of. Headed to Queets Rain Forest as a second stop. Beautiful area, Erwin is only allowed on a 1.5 mile trail but it was awesome, from the large river cutting through the rocks, the moss/fern/mushroom and flower ...
It was the best of times,
it was the worst of times...
we had everything before us
-- A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens
"Will someone sell me a red, red rose or strawberries ripe?" Jonathan asks one morning at breakfast.
We've just rewatched “Oliver!” the marvellous musical of Oliver Twist. Jon loves the scene where the street sellers’ cries transform into song. I think he fancies himself ...