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... poured their delicious brew! Thank you for your support and helping make this success possible. All of the funds raised will go to helping establish a community seed bank at ENCA Farm that will serve not only ENCA's production but support farmers throughout the region. This is one of the main projects I will be working with the family on during this ...
... mean much, but for other’s here are the photos that we went back to take! It was while we wenre here, we went into the tourist office and learned that Stephanie Meyer chose Forks as the setting for her novel because the Olympic Peninsula is the wettest place in the USA!
We had intended visiting Hurricane ridge for its views of ‘glacier capped mountains and wild wilderness scenery’, ...
... to thumb my nose at the long line behind. (FYI: FIFO is ferry loading protocol -- First In, First Out -- so I was first off in Bellingham. Oh my, what money can buy.)
I drove down the ramp and to what would be the exit door upon arrival in Bellingham. Judy was in the Bug; small car, dirty, and an embarrassment to the loading crew, so they put her on a elevator and into the corner of a car deck above the main deck. I sat in CC ...
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 ...
... of large beautiful fresh water lakes interspersed throughout the hilly, often mountainous greenery. There are huge incredible trees everywhere, narrow lanes along mountain hillsides falling down to the sea and flowers, shrubs and flowering trees I've never seen before except in pictures found in seed catalog's or northern landscape books.
Woods Coffee Shops abound throughout the city with excellent coffee and ...