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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 ...
... drinks were a huge hit years ago when they first came on the scene. If you exercise very heavily and place a lot of stress on your body, then using sport drinks may be a good thing in some ways. What you must take into account is the fact they are basically acidic which is not the best thing for your teeth. Well, water will take good care of replenishing lost fluids and it is not acidic, generally speaking. Your overall oral health depends on a wet ...
... relish the quiet of Sunday to Thursday. Except of course those weekends when our working friends come to visit.
Last night we all agreed that we would be flexible in choosing from a menu of Saturday activities that included a walk on the beach, a drive into Victoria, lunch, sailing, maybe a swim, and a pub crawl back home, or any combination thereof all subject to the weather of course. It looks like ...
... 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 ...
Anyone who knows me, must know I hate to fly, however when we
can leave from Seattle and return there, I am a much happier traveler. I
think the TSA and Customs folks at SeaTac are a finer grade of public
That said, we will be leaving Seattle on United Airlines
flying to Tokyo which lasts 10 hours and 30 minutes with a
short layover at the Norita Airport then on to Singapore for 7
hours and 40 ...