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... new techniques in art and influenced generations of artists. His creativity and generosity of spirit are the reasons why he was invited to create this exhibition. The exhibition includes both indoor and outdoor displays as well as a glass house exhibit. the beauty and overwhelming use of glass and color displayed in unique ways leave you in awe. He takes you beyond the traditional gallery presentations by creating elaborate works of are hanging ...
... there was a scrumptious desert bar with a dozen or so items to choose from. We got home around 10:30pm-ish and we were all tired and went to bed.
One of the sites we stopped to get a couple of pictures of was:
Deception Pass is a strait separating Whidbey Island from Fidalgo Island, in the northwest part of the U.S. state of Washington. It connects Skagit Bay, part of Puget Sound, with the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
... to access the best viewing points of the mountain…WRONG… Even though this grand lady was cloaked in a veil of clouds, I still got some pretty good pictures.
After our visit with this breathtaking site we headed back down route 503 back to Patty’s Place restaurant for a great breakfast and a couple of souvenirs. Back in the car we headed back to I-5 and points north. Washington loves a 60mph ...
... along the side of the rode fit that build. This part of the Hart highway parallels the Canadian Railroad for a significant portion. It was was built along the Caribou trail during the gold rush. You have to wonder if it weren't for the many different gold rushes - how and when would the northern part of the continent been developed? It was such a defining catalyst. From the arid dessert conditions we entered the heartland of Canada. ...
... Robbie and I started to chat with the guy at the site. Before you knew it, Robbie had befriended the woman (Jillian) and Andrew had befriended the man (Dave) who shared his beer. Andrew and I ended up going back to their site for a campfire and drinks after the kids were down. We found out this couple was from Hong Kong (New Zeland and Scotland originally). They teach at a school there and were taking a trip along the coast of ...
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