YMCA Camp Seymour

9725 Cramer Road KPN, Gig Harbor, Washington, 98329, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 9725 Cramer Road KPN, Gig Harbor.
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My rock is rounder than yours...

A travel blog entry by chris-moore on Jul 01, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... that were participating. The roundest rock from each business was submitted for the final championship and the roundest rock was declared "roundest rock of 195-". The winning five rocks from 1953 were on display (they all looked equally spherical) and there was a photo of the 1951 Round Rock Queen proudly displaying the five winning rocks for that year… Happy days.

Love love love Seattle

A travel blog entry by julieblyth on May 20, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... yummy things. This is home to the famous Pike Fish market from the Fish Philosophy fame. It was very cool to see it in the flesh and yes they still throw the fish about. Lunch was a cheesy breadstick and new season cherries sitting in the park looking over Puget Sound. The city planners in Seattle have done a great job. There is an interesting mix of beautiful buildings with different styles, lots of public parks with interesting art works and trees ...

Hublot Large Bang Skeleton Hb 1

A travel blog entry by luxurywatc168 on Jan 25, 14

... list spectrum. Pricey watches may run up to the million money as well as can arrive with just probably your most delectable features in which a new wrist watch could have.

With time the particular crossbow has been cleared a lot as well as has been used widely during warfares. It has been useful when a person are various manners in the actual course of wartime because it's via one of the ...

Good afternoon Seattle! I'm listening.

A travel blog entry by lolpol on Nov 18, 2013

... at the Concorde up close, went inside, underneath, all around and took a million pictures. It's bigger than I thought, and even more beautiful. One of the staff there was following me around, dying to tell me everything he knew, he totally loves his job. I told him about the day I left work early to see the Concordes fly into Heathrow on their final flights, and he said I was really lucky. Other fab things were the first ever 747 (looks haunted and old, and towers over the others), ...

Ed says this place must be nice in summer

A travel blog entry by tricruiser on Aug 12, 2013

2 comments, 13 photos

... we go to next stop of Port Townsend. It was out out of the way but a must do, or so we thought. When we arrived it was a gorgeous town. VERY quaint and charming, so much so that we could not find a spot to park. We gave up fighting the crowds and headed out only to see park and ride parking for RVs. It was getting late so we headed to Gig Harbor for our last night in the RV. We thought we would be in the harbor. WE CAN NOT EVEN SMELL WATER FROM HERE! We had our last dinner ...