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... to see town. We all take a $10 round trip bus into town and I convince the driver to drop us at the National Park Service’s Visitor Center, and Totem Pole Historical Park. Back in 1996, I again brought my Incident Management Team here to plan and execute a totem pole raising. The pole is very tall and has the most prominent position in front of the Visitor Center. The walkway winds around the pole from the parking lot. Even though the landscape has been improved from the ...
... it to Kirkland, WA for more
hugs and goodbyes to Xenia and Justin (as they are moving to Hawaii next week!)
Then off again to Bay View campground where we got to rest our tired selves.
545 miles total! The longest time I have ever ridden on a bike in one day.
Really glad I purchased the butt pad! Today. About to get on the Ferry! Let the
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Woke this morning to grey low cloud and light rain. Not the best weather for Maria's birthday or sight seeing. We were booked on a tour with Lois, who takes travellers around the small town in a 1955 Chev. A very informative and personal tour which we both enjoyed. We must have made a connection with Lois as she gave us another tour to a local lake and picnic ground the next morning. The lake was stunning, fed by a few streams which were ...
We arrived at the Alaska Ferry Terminal in Haines a full two hours before departure. "If we miss this baby, it means a 2,500 mile drive to the U.S. border, and then another 1,400 miles to Carbondale." Departure was 8:15 pm on Monday, 29 July. Seven lanes of waiting vehicles: cars, motorcycles, bicycles, motorhomes, truck campers, travel trailers, sea kayaks, semi's, etc. ... you name it, were in line to drive onto the car decks of the ...
... there’s a deafening noise outside. Apparently the neighbours have asked Juan the garden guy to trim the little hedge plants near our door. Juan wasn’t due for another two weeks, but the residents reckon the noise of his trimmer is better than my karaoke sing-along. I take the hint and pick some more contemporary music that I can’t even hum along to.
It seems like no time when the ladies suddenly ...