Skagit Valley Casino Resort
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... I imagine that this was when this land was destroyed. Very heartbreaking to see.
We stopped in the town of Twist or something like that and we got some gas..Kaff came out of the Servo ticked off because the woman inside was not very helpful or friendly. Her gas was cheap though...
Surprise of the day was our next stop in the town of Winthrop. It was a totally Western style town. ...
... thoughts knowing I was in the Alpha state most of the time. A billion thoughts went through my mind but the most important is to consider how my new knowledge can be applied. In some ways it is like knowing a bit of trigonometry from high school. Few of us ever use trigonometry, but knowing some of the vocabulary and concepts makes for an enriched life experience and a bit more skillful approach to problem solving. Considering that the "I" that I am familiar with (physical me) is ...
Well I am almost packed and ready to go. I am excited and stressed at the same time. I can't believe how fast the time has come. I booked this trip in September 2012 and have been counting the days down since. The countdown has been on my Facebook and my phone letting me know how many days are left until my adventure begins. I remember clearly being at 500 days and still being this excited. The ...
Epiphany, a 36’ Norstar motor yacht, is the vessel that carried us across the Bellingham pass into the San Juan islands. As Captain Gary predicts, the overcast burns off and the afternoon is sunny, with a brilliant blue sky. The two Cummins diesels propel us along at 15 knots per hour, past beautiful coves, seaside cottages and picturesque villages.
We stop for lunch in a lovely cove that Gary has used as an overnight anchorage in the past. The day is so moderate that ...