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Travel Blogs from Ferndale
... of wind noise seeping into the canopy. We followed the plane in his long
loops above the airfield. “Now that we have reached an altitude of two thousand
feet above ground level, we can get ready to release”, Drew was saying. I had
to ask, “Above ground level? This doesn’t exactly look like a submarine, isn’t
it a given? Why can’t you just say we are at two thousand feet?” As it turned
out, there was a logical explanation. ...
... line of little tomboys whom she somehow managed to transform into angelic cherubs just in time for Church
My west had a magic bathroom mirror, if I gazed into it at just the right angles, I could see all the way into Wonderland
My West is the farm life
My west is the place to see newborn calves lying in the hay, and only minutes later running and kicking around in circles to nowhere near exhausted moms
My West is listening to ...
... talking to Kevin, as he wasn’t so adept at being in
character. I was so touched by their willingness to help us. I gave that list
Em wrote out to Nadine at Loaves.
When Lawrence and I were walking back downtown from our
comrades trailer, a woman asked us for 30 cents to help out a friend. I gave
her the money and we watched as she went into the liquor store. We walked
around the corner and two guys also asked us for the same amount. ...
I have just been confirmed to take a week-long contract aboard the Golden Princess, the ship I was just on in July. After that last contract, I haven't had any luck finding jobs or gigs to earn money, so this contract has come at THE most perfect time. Well...almost perfect. My mom is visiting me from New York from Sept 18-23 and I have to join the ship on the 22nd, so she will be in Seattle for almost two days on her own. BUT! At least I get to see her and visit with her, and ...
... golden beaches comes to mind. Ah – did that last week – remember? Oh yeah, grey sand, cold water, killer whales etc etc. How about the pool? Now that’s an idea! Just after midday we jump in the Dodge for the gruelling five-minute journey to the local recreation centre. I don’t expect that Surrey could possibly hope to compete with the Toowoomba’s famous Milne Bay Memorial Pool, but I keep my thoughts to myself. ...