Days Inn Bellingham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... wire as the towers are too far apart. Underneath us we could see a river and a power station that looked so tiny but apparently powers 70% of the mountains needs. Reaching the top we saw amazing views that included the ski runs used in the Olympics. We stopped at the restaurant for a drink. This place would be buzzing during winter, with bars, food halls, wii station, lounges, massive areas for showering etc. Heading down on the Gondola was just as exciting with the mountain ...
... raising, manage the crowd, and to get the raising done safely. A deep hole was dug at the lower end of the pole, where we desired it to stand. A sloping dirt ramp was dug so that as the pole was raised, the bottom would slide down into the deep hole. Ropes were gently tied to the top of the pole. Four were pulled to each compass direction and one to the rear and front. Hundreds of clan members were dressed in their colorful regalia and each took hold of the ropes. I had spoken to ...
It was wonderful to see Gary and Nancy Lazerus again. They ate dinner with us the first night at our RV, which we parked in Ferndale, a small town 45 minutes from the Canadian border. Lunch the next day with Gary, Nancy and their son Daniel and Gary's Dad Mitch in a typical casual understated but good Bellingham restaurant. Over the next few days we hung out at their beautiful Bellingham home, only 25 minutes from our ...
... our Alaska Marine Highway Ferry.
Guess who had the biggest rig to go on the ferry? You guessed it: Roger, Judy, Maxie (aka Tokie, and soon to be POPie). Fifty-three feet toe-to-tow. Unfortunately, you pay for your vehicle by the foot, so guess who paid the most bucks of all the those vehicles in line! When you pay the big bucks, you should go first, and we did. CC was put on the ferry ahead of all the other four wheel vehicles, so ...
Denny and I won't be in Bellingham until tomorrow morning but the map wouldn't recognize our Inside Passage location so I just listed Bellingham. We're on water and it needs a land location. So there you are.
Our journey today aboard the Columbia took us through Milbanke Sound with British Columbia on ...