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Drove to Poulsbo, WA.
Connected with Paul and Cheryl, who we met at the Luther 500 event in Germany a few years ago. Paul is also on sabbatical studying relationships in church work, so we had some good conversation about that.
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We visited the Puget Sound beach with Paul and Cheryl.
... these thoughts on bathroom walls throughout Italy. Not that I wouldn't have done it. After all, when you pay 1.5 Euros (about $2 US) to use a public whizzer, you might as well get your monies worth. To family, friends, neighbors and blog followers: Your support and encouragement is the main reason I kept this up through this trip. Like I stated in an earlier post, this is all new territory for me, and found the ...
... and sat in a closed refrigerator to rot for over 2 weeks? No? Let me tell you, it's nasty and those commercials about Fabreeze aren't quite accurate! We were lucky though that the engine batteries were still good enough to start the coach and thus charged the house batteries. We were on the road again, all windows open.
We headed south for an hour then headed east on I-90. After many failed attempts to find a campground near Seattle, we landed at a ...
... where Tini Bigs is located . . . thinking you would be thinking I made that up!! I didn't . . . look at the pictures!!
On the way back I decided to stop in at the neighborhood Starbucks . . . and there were
3 or 4 people in line . . . so I queued up . . . there was one fellow ******* around with his iPhone . . . that I didn't know if he was in line or not . . . and he said that he was . . . he just needed a 'little space '. . . some what, I'm ...
What is often true of hikes like these is that you spend a lot of time trekking through forest and one tree soon begins to look like all the others. Due to the thick vegetation, visibility is limited until you reach viewpoints, where you are often rewarded with stunning views, in this case out over splendid Lake Coeur d’Alene. The work/reward ratio, however, for this kind of trail is often on the low side. ...