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... out on this ferry. I know this contrast is particularly great for her, since her days at work are full of e-mails and computers. She resolves to remember how good it feels to disengage from those gadgets a bit more when we return home, so we can engage more fully in all the other things life has to offer. Not a bad resolution, I think.
We rise early on the morning of Friday, the 25th and disembark in Bellingham, WA, where we again are greeted with sunny skies. Next stop: Seattle. ...
... us. Fortunately, we made it or I would be writing this blog from Ketchikan. So much for Ketchikan.
We had no more stops after Ketchikan so I'll just tell you about our cruise. I mean "ferry trip;" we weren't supposed to call it a "cruise." The first thing the crew tells you when you board the Columbia (our ferry) is: "this is no cruise ship." The minute we opened the door of our luxury cabin we knew they were right. Very ...
... made our way back toward Bellingham. It was a smooth cruise at 17 knots, always keeping an eye out for “floaters”, rather large logs that are scattered around the tidal rip currents. Hitting them could cause some propeller problems and that is always a no no. The passage is uneventful and we arrive at Epiphany’s home slip at around 4 p.m. Nancy drops us back at our land yacht, Blue, with a promise to meet for lunch on Friday before heading up to Alaska on the car ...
... and Kellie. They were very interested in the box with the cookies. Kellie told me that she would always try to keep the box, because she thought it was so pretty.
At dinner, my hostfather served a few slices of the cheese I brought my hostfamily. They were amazed by its taste and told me that this proved once again that the Dutch are the champions in making cheese.
By the end of the evening it ...
Its Saturday evening here and Sunday morning in Holland. How weird.. I just skyped with my parents and asked them if every thing's okay on Sunday and they told me it is.. so no worries. Today was the first day I woke up in the morning saying good morning to everybody here. I was wondering if it should feel special, but it doesn't really. This could be a very bad thing, but it's very good really, because I feel quite at home here. The ...
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