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This is day 12...we did not realize we would end up spending 2 weeks in Washington. Neither of us had ever been here and there is alot to see! We have enjoyed this state so much. Washington is beautiful! Coast, mountains, and farmland. Day 6--We spent one quick day exploring Seattle (of course went to the original Starbucks) Day 7--Drove to Anacortes, stayed in a nice state park with a little ...
... twigs are still used in many parts of the world, and are now also sold in some health food stores, as well as online. If brushing your teeth with a twig seems too strange to you, you can still get the benefits of neem in another way. You'll find many natural toothpastes having neem as an ingredient. You can naturally and safely clean your teeth and avoid gum disease. You'll find natural toothpastes that have neem and healing herbs as well. The one tool ...
... at the docks of Port Townsend. A few questions of locals determined that the Aladdin was the best value for a good nights sleep. A trip to the food co=op for sandwiches and alcohol rounded out a nice 8 hour journey!. All in all it was a great day and Marilyn showed some impressive cycling and mental toughness battling the hills, traffic, head winds and distance on a fully loaded bike. A true adventurer and so glad she is my ...
After a breakfast of coffee and hot cakes at the Golden Arches,we headed out the Lochside Trail for Victoria. A sunny day with a cool breeze, but we were able to wear shorts and the ride was awesome along the east coast of the island. When we got to Esquimalt, there was a stiffer breeze and a noticeable chill in the air. Definitely not shorts weather! It soon started to hail as we searched for a Timmy's. Stumbling across a Starbucks ...
... to places I had only dreamed of.It would be almost a year before I experienced my first “sea duty”, as I first had to finish 16 weeks of “boot camp”, then sixteen more weeks of Radioman School, followed by what was scheduled to be 8 weeks of training to be a Submariner, at New London, Connecticut.
That eight weeks was shortened to just two, after three buddies and ...
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