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Christmas was like any other year, but it was all taken down by the 26th.
December 27th was like any other 2nd day after Christmas, but we were leaving to Antarctica. Oh, right...that!
When planned 10 months ago, this trip seemed like a lifetime away. By far the earliest booked trip of our travels. And, also by far, the most itinerary changes before it happened. It should also be noted, not to minimize the other ...
... This fish barely made the cut... anything less than 15 lbs, we were letting go free!
A photo depicting the pioneer logging in Quatsino Sound. (Photo of photo in the Quatsino Museum)
On our last day, we stopped in the Hamlet of Quatsino. An ...
... of the trip. The very narrow driveway drops down a steep slope that resembles a ski run! After the four of us worked for about 20 minutes, (Ken at the wheel) we succeeded and this will be our home for a few days until we take off on our trip to the coast with Nancy and Bill. It's the best RV park on the trip!!!! Just hope we can get out of it!!!!!!!! We had a great day Saturday with N&B and the kids, traveling into Seattle ...
We decided to extend our stay with Jimmy and see a bit more
of Washington than just Seattle. A few days of rest were in order, but Tuesday,
we took a trip to Snoqualmie Falls named after the Indian tribe native to
Northern Washington. The falls were
spectacular. Nowhere near as wide as Niagara (which Kelsey has seen) but
actually taller, the falls poured down 270 feet. Besides the tremendous output ...