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... the Projection Room. It was because of the interest I showed in them that I learned from Maureen about the 'Spark Museum of Electrical Invention' in Bay Street Bellingham, so once my tour of the theatre was over, and lunch completed (at the Boundary Bay Brew Pub - a VERY fine Salmon Chowder, and a good ale) off to the Spark Museum I went.
The museum basically ...
... it. What a gem ..... We are camping in the middle of a beautiful forest, surrounded by birds, squirrels ..... Even a woody woodpecker in the tree next to our RV ... We kept thinking it was someone knocking on the door of the van. Not sure what other wildlife will find us. What a perfect last night in the RV. Tomorrow morning we leave our RV at the Seattle depot and start our next adventure .... Coping with hotel rooms and hire cars. We have loved the RV life and it has tempted me to do another trip in an ...
It's time to pull out of the cozy mountain refuge of Castle Rock and head to Bellingham. The drive will be pretty short today providing the traffic in Seattle isn't to bad. Today is Saturday so we should be able to find our way through without the weekday traffic jams.
Seattle, Washington is really pretty and thank goodness the traffic is minimal. We've all decided that we'll come back through on our way ...
... 2010, Sitka is the fourth-largest city by population in Alaska.
The current name "Sitka" (derived from Sheet’kŠ, a contraction of the Tlingit Shee At'ikŠ) means "People on the Outside of Baranof Island", whose Tlingit name is Sheet’-kŠ X'Šat'l (here contracted to Shee).
For more on the history of Sitka, go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sitka,_Ala ska
... gear. We realise that the world must remain in balance. If five thousand Canadians head to the US beaches and shopping malls for their summer break, an equal number of Americans must go the other way to look at the mountains and bears.
At last, we reach the border. It’s Canadian immigration this time. The lines are much shorter and in a few minutes we are back in the land of Canucks and kilometres. Good to be back ...