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Travel Blogs from Bainbridge Island
... cold drive through the mid-west that is about to happen. The bad news is that temperatures are as low as -20....the good news is that the forecast doesn't call for rain or storms, so that should help us with good non-icy road conditions.
I'll be back to update this again as soon as I can and will try to post
any pictures I can along the way.
Till next time!
... everything you have done, for all the support you have given, for putting up with the frantic weeks that lead to this trip, and for all the encouragement you always find for me. I am the most blessed person in the world, and I hope you all know how much I appreciate you.
Mom.Dad.Ann.Ken.Diane.Chris.Eric.Christ opher.Jess.Hunter.Michael.Mariya.Brando n.Daniel.
Stay tuned for more!
Little Adventurer <3
... Broncos in what we were proudly told is the loudest stadium in the world. The ground is indeed loud . . . more a constant blanket of sound rather than the electric crackle of London’s Olympic stadium. As with most things over here, it is fun (we had a great time) but lacks the edge of spectator sport back home . . . that visceral energy that takes a life of its own, ebbing, flowing (sometimes overflowing). Such is the zero tolerance of anything verging ...
... his sat-nav, even drove us back to Spokane airport just in time to miss our already deferred flight back to Seattle. It has been fabulous to have David and Jill with us. In the fortnight they have been here we have chilled, been to the ranch, celebrated David’s birthday, visited the Boeing factory, chilled some more, travelled on a sea-plane from Vancouver Island to the mainland, taken Billy & Marita’s boat back to Vancouver Island and finally headed down ...
... Bella’s nursery’s ponies to jump and play polo (not at the same time). She has taken in photos of us playing and hunting and demonstrated polo on Blitz (one of the smarter palominos in the yard) . . . for which Bella received free schooling and extra riding lessons (needless to say, I support the venture whole-heartedly). Janice (the owner of the nursery) now has a newly peeked enthusiasm for all things equine, so has dug some trotting poles out from a ...