Travel Blogs from Langley
... had already fallen into the waters below. Nevertheless it was mind blowing.... Just so spectacular, the height and thickness of these Glaciers. Over 200 years ago when snow fell on the mountains, it slowly was compressed into very dense blue ice, that continually traveling down the mountains until it reaches the waters of Glacier Bay. The ice looked surprisingly dirty in parts, the Rangers explained this was layers of rock dust made from the Glacier grinding away at ...
We unhooked the Jeep and drove to a Meto Train Station. Jumped on it and went into Seattle for the day. Walked everywhere along the coast and market. Had a great seafood feast.
Rode the new Ferris-wheel on the wharf. Eating and shopping. Fun it was. On to the Metro and back to KAO in Kent for the 4th.
Holy ****! Fireworks went on and on until well past 11pm. None ...
... after our arrival” and expressed a “thank you for your patience.” He concluded by saying we are dumping fuel to lighten the plane’s weight before landing, a routine practice in this situation. Watch my first video and second video of the fuel being dumped.
I noticed our ground speed was down to only 350 mph. Before the diversion, we had been flying about 540 mph over the ground. I wondered if one of the engines had actually ...
... it is the highways that are stressful, especially when the gps had no signal. Nevertheless, Bob is getting more confident and then it will be my turn- aagghh! So we got to our hotel. And walked into the lobby and there were Susan, Joe and Eloise to greet us. So totally unexpected. I was so excited and relieved that I cried. How wonderful of them. So after dumping the load of gear in the room (which ...
... won the funniest moment award if we didn't think we actually might die. See the video, but it still doesn't do it justice.
BEST FIGHT: We really more argued than fought, but there was a large disagreement over map navigation in a KFC in Hanoi. Kind of a hilarious place to be in the first place, let alone arguing while waiting for fried American goodness.
MOST ROMANTIC MOMENT: A *******e to say seeing as we watched endless amounts of sunsets on beaches where ...
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