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It was wonderful to see Gary and Nancy Lazerus again. They ate dinner with us the first night at our RV, which we parked in Ferndale, a small town 45 minutes from the Canadian border. Lunch the next day with Gary, Nancy and their son Daniel and Gary's Dad Mitch in a typical casual understated but good Bellingham restaurant. Over the next few days we hung out at their beautiful Bellingham home, only 25 minutes from our ...
... in their vehicles), then squeezed my way to our luxury state room. Judy showed up with the luggage, snacks, wine; I couldn't help because I was still in panic mode. With all her trips back-and-forth between CC and our luxury cabin, Judy had worked up a beer thirst. We headed off to the bar. We ordered a pitcher of Alaska Amber; after drinking the whole pitcher, we were both now in full recovery mode. With panic dissipated, we were ...
Epiphany, a 36’ Norstar motor yacht, is the vessel that carried us across the Bellingham pass into the San Juan islands. As Captain Gary predicts, the overcast burns off and the afternoon is sunny, with a brilliant blue sky. The two Cummins diesels propel us along at 15 knots per hour, past beautiful coves, seaside cottages and picturesque villages.
We stop for lunch in a lovely cove that Gary has used as an overnight anchorage in the past. The day is so moderate that ...
... High I went home quickly, because I wanted to go to the soccerfield at WCC to have a conversation with Rob Knowles and attend soccer practice again. I wanted to interview Rob about his role as coach regarding respect in soccer. I wanted to know what he does in order to let 'his boys' behave in the field. Again it struck me that Rob takes his role as a coach very seriously. He tries to enter the minds of the boys ...
On Tuesday I had my first classes on WCC. The first one was about the 'Interdisciplinary approach to learning' and the second one was about local Geology. But before this all happened I went for a swim with my hostfather!
Tom and I left the house about 8.30 to go to Western Washington University (WWU) to go for a swim in the sports center there. When we arrived there I was very impressed by the sports center. The WWU students (about ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center