Comfort Inn Bellingham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... t look too far to walk to. We boarded the next gondola to go peak to peak over to Blackcombe mountain. The gondola was much bigger and the guy who travelled up with us said that in winter each gondola is packed with skiers and equipment so it's standing room only. I was pleased there was only the four of us travelling. Some of the gondolas have glass bottoms .... We decided to skip this! This trip was awesome ..... We were so high !!!! Midway over the gondola becomes suspended only ...
... that we used to our advantage to raise the pole, I recognize it immediately. The pole was carved by three prominent carvers, each from different clans. The shields or clan carvings are all from several different clans. This is not typical, as poles are usually made by specific clans to commemorate a significant event for their clan alone. This pole was completed to show unity and harmony between the clans, thus the clans shields combined all on one pole. My team was used to ...
F’ing long ride yesterday, now we get to chill on the Alaska
Marine highway for a couple of days, binoculars, books, and stretching is on
the agenda. Thanks Levin (you bike less
pussy) for the scopolamine patch, may just be what I need. Enjoy the photos people! We have started checking in with Spot, I hope
it’s working out your end.
We arrived at the Alaska Ferry Terminal in Haines a full two hours before departure. "If we miss this baby, it means a 2,500 mile drive to the U.S. border, and then another 1,400 miles to Carbondale." Departure was 8:15 pm on Monday, 29 July. Seven lanes of waiting vehicles: cars, motorcycles, bicycles, motorhomes, truck campers, travel trailers, sea kayaks, semi's, etc. ... you name it, were in line to drive onto the car decks of the ...
... named George cooking omelettes over a little gas stove in the corner. He’s a whiz at flipping and folding everything in his little pan. We are just seated at our table with plates of fresh cooked goodness when my phone rings. “Hi, it’s Murray. We’re all done and ready to be picked up. We can grab a cab to your hotel if you like.” I think about the twenty-minute drive to the cruise terminal. I ...