Whispering Firs B&B and Lodge
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... freezing - the grass 'crunches' when you walk on it, you pick the garden hose up to use it and it crackles as you break the ice inside it, and nothing comes out when you turn the water on. Shake the end and ice cylinders fall out!!! You find little ice stalagmites in the drain under the down pipe formed by water dripping over a few days in the same place, yet the days are beautiful - clear skies, balmy sunshine and lovely light and colours!
And then there are the things that make coming to America soooo enjoyable - like my local used car yard. This one is just down the road (and yes, the second picture is of a 1967 400ci Pontiac GTO Coupe; the third picture is of a 1968 396ci Chevelle SS Coupe; the fourth picture is ...
... ceilings, where the colors reflect on the walls and floors. the outdoor presentation where the glass sculptures are set in with blooming garden flowers.
While Tilita, Dave and I went to the Chihula Glass exhibit Nick went to pick up their friend John and his puppy Gizmo.
arriving back at the house we freshened up and went over next store. John and Talita's neighbor, Kit lost her dad the day we arrived and they were having a celebration of ...
... The Deception Pass area has been home to various Coast Salish tribes for thousands of years. The firstEuropeans to see Deception Pass were members of the 1790 expedition of Manuel Quimper on the Princesa Real. The Spanish gave it the name Boca de Flon. A group of sailors led by Joseph Whidbey, part of the Vancouver Expedition, found and mapped Deception Pass on June 7, 1792. George Vancouver gave it the name "Deception" because it had misled him ...
... viewing point and took some pictures. About ½ way back on the trail, David decided to join me, so we walked back. It was awesome. I remember when this mountain erupted and blew down or scorched 230 square miles of forest, it was the day after my 29th Birthday, May 18, 1980 at 8:32am. It was on all TV stations that day.
Seeing the actual site of Mother Nature’s power is awe-inspiring! Now just over 34 ...