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I was looking for water photos for next week’s Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness. The link takes you to this week’s submissions, but next week has a theme: water. I thought I would revisit my photos from my Mount Rainier and Mount … Continue reading
A two week trip in the Fall of 2004 resulted in a number of posts covering the Olympic Peninsula, Oregon, Mount St. Helen, Mount Rainier, and Boeing’s Museum of Flight, to mention a few. Some of the photos from that trip were … Continue reading
Reading of the tragedy out in Washington, I sadly remember some of the places we visited when looking at houses around Bellingham. There were many places where I made the comment to the Realtor that the way the houses were … Continue reading
As I mentioned in other posts, in 2004 we closed out company of 20 years, sold our house, and were looking to relocate from the Detroit area to . . . anywhere else. We had read that Bellingham was a … Continue reading
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This is the last update from our whirlwind Olympic Peninsula tour. I have other stuff from our trip to Washington (the state), and I’ll post those soon. In the meantime . . . Port Townsend. That is the Point Wilson … Continue reading
As could be seen from the lighthouse photos (previous post), the sun was setting, and we had miles to go before we slept. Aberdeen was our destination, and we would not reach it until after nightfall because someone snapped too … Continue reading
Chef is documenting his trip through the Northwest and Alaska, and suggested it might be nice to compare photos from my own venture in the area, back in 2004. His post is HERE, for them who want to do the … Continue reading
By coincidence, as I write this final chapter of our cruising adventure, I am listening to the wind outside. Yes, just as during the last Alaska cruise post, snow is blowing about, making roads treacherous, and chilling things down to … Continue reading