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... story for another time, or you can look it up yourself!
This was our last full day at sea. Tomorrow morning we dock at Seattle and continue our 4-wheeled voyage across the country.
Another interesting tidbit from an earlier tour bus driver. When we were in Juneau, our bus driver pointed out that there is no road that will take you to Juneau (state capital of Alaska). He said there were only 3 ways to get to Juneau - by plane, by boat, or by birth canal!
Meagan and Leah had left that afternoon to attend the Texas Youth Conference so we didn’t see them but our three kids hit it off with Josh and Ethan pretty quickly.
We spent lots of time talking whilst the kids played indoor basketball, darts and jungle speed amidst lots of laughter and fun.
Saturday we woke to a cooked brekkie – Mike excelled himself cooking bacon and homegrown eggs for us – ...
... purchasing one of the smaller land plots surrounding the castle could have the chance to win it. At the time the lots were selling for $2750, quite a lot of money. The winner never actually lived there, but set up his brother as caretaker and used it as collateral to finance his business interests. They obviously didn't work out too well, as 10 years later he lost it to the Bank of Montreal, and it entered into its life as a public building. In the next few decades, ...
... not to go on the jet boat as we didn't fancy getting soaked with spray and it was going to be 3 hours. The jet boats had fun bouncing and broggying over the wake of our boat - we had had our bit of fun in a jet boat in NZ. We did a 100 km round ...
... bad art, which is a little disappointing (commercial and besides, it's not very good). There's a shopping lecturer, I kid you not, and I did not attend her confab, although we did go to a lecture by a Western Washington State professor on how climate change is affecting Alaska and the Arctic (not good).
Today's the day we viewed as a sort of black hole in the itinerary: just seagoing. ...