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... not see what we were doing. The kitchen window was too small for any of us to crawl through. Kat got the smart idea (the first of many) to look through the window on the other side of the RV to at least guide Augusto. Her car was parked right beside the RV and so we had 2 "ladders". But because of the door handle there was no way the hiking stick was going to unlatch the lock. Then I saw the keys were hung above the door ...
... providing phenomenal scenery. The mountain peaks have hundreds of glaciers, keeping them show capped throughout the year.
The next morning we take our time driving back out past Newhalem and Rockport, following the Skagit to the coast. Our goal is Bellingham, north near the Canadian border. We pass by I-5 and find State route 11 which wanders up the coastline into Fairhaven, southern terminus of the Alaska Marine Highway System. We have reservations to leave on ...
... to Morton tomorrow morning. As eager as I am to see the good folks at Morton UMC and share with them in as healthy a state as possible, following a walk of the remaining 29 miles to Morton under current weather circumstances, I would have without hesitation (and hopefully with full understanding and support) opted for an hour long soak in a hot tub with Epsom Salts over an hour in a worship service.
... we got to about two and a half miles, both of us got a bit weary. Wonderland? No. Trail? Yep. We turned around and headed back down to camp. Ironically, it’s only about 1.8 miles back down. Hmmm... I’ll blame the difference on the GPS. Of course, it did go a lot faster with gravity on our side.
After lunch, Lynnie drove us to the Sunshine Visitors Center, about twelve miles from our current homesite. It ...
... passes to Alaska Airlines and a month later I decided to start a Delta account and see just see if they would give me credit for the flights and sure enough, I was credited miles for both ways on Alaska and Delta airlines.
A voucher is used same as cash in terms of collecting miles. When redeeming frequent flyer miles, you can not collect mile, but when redeeming with a voucher, you can collect miles. With the ...
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