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Category Archives: Washington
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