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... was great to be out of the VAN! Beautiful blue skies and water all around. Yahoo.
Enjoyed a crab dinner - caught by the Queen Crabber Colleen! Yummy yummy
She has a little Zodiak boat that she uses for crabbing. We all went out to collect the pots yesterday. Lots of fun to be out on the water, watching the boats and people watching. The water is really cold- no swimming for me. (not like my brave sister Kathy and family jumping off their dock in Maine, ...
... you want a great smile, then work on good practices and eliminating any mistakes. These mistakes are often what spells the difference between a beautiful, white, and healthy smile and one that has a multitude of problems. These are important first steps you should take and then just commit yourself to taking good care of your body. If you have not seen your dentist in a long time, then do the right thing for your smile and health and make an ...
... time beforehand reading up on art and Rennaissance history, and will continue to do so. The Italians are a wonderful people and really know how to live in their close-knit families. I will post some pics of home also. I do feel different and rejuvenated, but I have been warned the changes may take up to a year to make themselves manifest. It really is not about what I saw, but the journey itself. People have different ways to arrive there. Arriverderci. ...
... degrees at the to. We didn't want to dig through the bags for more gear so we will start tomorrow wit a trip into winter.
this was truly one of those days that remind me why I love to ride,
distance: 192 miles
Route: 101 north / 113 north / 112 east / 101 east (yes 101 changes from north/south to east/west when you go around the northeast corner of the puget sound).
Lunch: "restaurant" in Forks, ...
... be read about that cruise by going back to my earliest published report on the 2nd of December 2007.
When I started writing my "reports", it was in word document format and emailed to subscribers. I had no clue as to what a blog was, nor did I care. After returning home, I did some more research and discovered that I could add these reports to blogspot.com and make them available on the WWW. Finding ...