Days Inn Bellingham
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the Cascades has active volcanoes of various types).
The little ice and snow gems along the way that still cause me wonder, some for their beauty, and some for their oddity - ice waterfalls by the side of the road; house roofs where, depending on the roof angles, some facings have a smattering of snow frozen in place, and some don't; one side of ...
... with Taryn and Ash but Kev wanted to FaceTime Ashlee ..... "How embarrassing" she said ... Facetiming from a pub! But at least she could hear the entertainment. After dinner we went to finish off my money. I kindly gave Kevin ANOTHER $20 .... to lose .... But he managed to start winning a few games and went up and down around $30. I put my coupon in and started playing ......... AND ....... Won another $1355.37 I can't believe this game ..... I think I'll take up Woolly ...
... under storage and work on getting them packed for Alaska! It's such a nice day out that we don't need the air on and can open the windows for some fresh air. We've been in so much hot weather it's hard to think about packing for cooler weather. It seems that Alaska, in the summer, can have a very wide range of temperatures. Everything you read says to layer so you will be prepared for all the possible combinations. The most important item ...
... morning August 2nd. Only 1,400 miles 'till we hit Carbondale. Our first night was spent at a RV park in the middle of the State of Washington's wine country. We were within walking distance of seven vineyard stores. It took us to the third store before we hit the magic vat. Bought a 1/2 case of local wine and lugged it by foot back to CC. Too bad we didn't have the wine for the ferry trip. Ferry wine ... sounds good to me. Might ...
Today we went to Mount Baker, our last field trip of our stay abroad!
My hostmother asked if I wanted to bring a sled, but I thought that would be too much trouble.. That is the biggest mistake I could possibly make. I thought bringing warm clothes and a big lunch would be sufficient. Well, that proves I hadn't been to Mount Baker before.
When we saw Mount Baker out of the van, Ulli ...