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Today we celebrated a wonderful wedding here at Ananda Lynnwood of two of our longtime friends, Cindy and Joanne. The community really came together to put on a wonderful garden reception after the ceremony. I forgot to take many photos but did take this one picture during the ceremony.
This was the main reason for visiting the Seattle area, however we had such fun seeing old friends, and some family. I used to live in Seattle area ...
Chittenden Locks are made up of a large lock and a small lock. We were able to walk across both locks and cross to the far side of the canal. On the other side below the street level was a viewing area with windows that looked out into the water. At the right times you can see tons of fish using the "fish ladder" to make their way up the river to spawn. We saw a total of two juvenile fish just sort of hanging out there. Without this "ladder" I have no idea how ...
... Talk over what your destination state must be. Since the are a multitude of great options to choose from throughout the United states, it could be difficult to select just one single! Try choosing a few you favor and letting your entire family vote on them if it is the simpler option.
Make sure to finish setting up camp during daylight hours. Find a safe spot to park if you're in a RV. Find a piece ...
... capped peaks, no arguments(!), one scarf, too much junk food, 500,000 signs (72000 in Watson Lake, 2000 elsewhere and the rest in Vancouver), thousands of number-plates (most photographed by Hjalis), 2 cases of frostbite from the Arctic Ocean, many yellow Toyota Priuses, thousands of joggers and roller-bladers (all in Vancouver), countless mosquitoes and of course 6 trillion trees and one great car later - we're on our way home. Back ...
... the market. Of course telling a crowd of people this means inevitable looking down and therefore not watching where you're going, not great in a busy market. I did look up in time to see the beautiful bouquets that I’d longed for yesterday, and overheard the guide saying bridesmaids pop down day of wedding for the cheap flowers, which, considering the prices of wedding bouquets, is hardly surprising.
The tour meant a free hunk of Alaskan ...