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Travel Blogs from Port Townsend
... and blow the sirens. It brought back fond memories of my childhood and the adults that went out of their way to make sure we had fun as kids. To all those who work to being joy and pride into children's lives, I salute your this Canada Day.
I had a chance to visit with my dear old friend Diane for a few hours on this visit. It was nice to see her as it has been 10 years since I have stopped by.
The trip ...
... passenger, with Capt. Card on our first HAL cruise in 2006 on board the ms Statendam. He has since retired and is enjoying life in Sydney Australia. You can also read more about this talented Maritime Artist at http://www.vdleek.nl/Art/Card/Intro.htm l ...
... first pass, but Alison made me promise to stop there on the way back.
As we continued our drive to Hoh Rain Forest, we passed some of the most beautiful scenery I have ever seen. Trees were towering over head, a river was following the road, and with very few cars this became a very relaxing ride. After about a 1.5 hour drive from the lodge, we arrived at the Hoh Rain Forest to hike the Hall of Mosses Trail. This is supposed to ...
... service. We laughed a lot during the ceremony.
After we said our vows and exchanged rings, Benny used his manly strength to stomp on a light bulb (none of the wine glasses in the B&B seemed appropriate to destroy) in an effort to demonstrate he appreciates the fragility of love.
Sarah and Benny then walked to the edge of the bluff, and Benny said: "There's some things I've been meaning to tell you ..." Which causes us ...
... It was sunny so enjoyed the fresh air and pretty scenery. Bethany and Dean treated us to lunch at a cafe out on the point after our hike. I had been there on a previous trip with Madison and it was equally as good this time around.
After a delicous birthday breakfast of oven pancakes and individual egg bakes, Kristin and I spent the day finishing some of her Christmas sewing projects, some for family members and a couple aprons for the daughters of ...
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