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... beach that was sprinkled with bowling ball sized rocks. Also, just off shore at this low tide were several sea stacks. These are remnants of when the sea has surrounded a headland and gradually eroded away the softer rock. These monoliths of resistant rocks are called sea stacks.
Our route to the museum took us on rte. 112 a winding two lane road that goes right along the coastline of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. As ...
... we stayed on board and hosted our son Chris, his wife Stacie, grandson Mason and granddaughter Taylor. We were so impressed with how smoothly their boarding process turned out. You know me, I am the consummate worry wart, but our wonderful hotel staff not only made the visit possible, but treated them like visiting royalty. The Indonesian and Pilipino crew members were especially charmed by their presence, warming their hearts as they thought of ...
... endless wait at the Hong Kong airport for our departure home.
I have included a collection of some of my favorite "sailing shots" for you to enjoy and to remind you of what an adventure cruising is.
Till we meet you again I would like to close with the following:
Goodbyes are not forever.
Goodbyes are not the end.
They simply mean I’ll miss you
Until we meet again!
Jack and Barbara ...
... connection problems I have been hearing about the new internet provider HAL has contracted with have been addressed by Seattle and things have improved, I am going to take a wait and see attitude. Shipboard internet is not "full time" but charges are made by the amount of time you are logged on and connection speeds are sometime "snail-paced". HAL used to employ a full time internet manager ...
... s characters) for groceries before heading to Rialto Beach on the Pacific Ocean. The beach is covered in black rock, has giant drift logs piled on top of each other, and sea stacks. We tried to climb to one of the sea stacks, but it was getting late. We decided we’d come back tomorrow to explore further.
Second Beach is near Rialto Beach. It’s a popular camping beach. I wanted to stay there one night, but we have run out of ...