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Jul 1, 2014 - Tall Chief Campsite, ved Seattle

Vi bestemte os for at blive op Tall Chief en ekstra overnatning, fordi der var så dejligt og vejret var skønt. De havde en dejlig opvarmet pool, og en meget hot pool som vi slet ikke kunne holde ud af komme i, så varm var den. Vi forstod på et ældre ægtepar som vi mødte ved pool omtalte en del med, at vejret åbenbart lige var slået om til godt vejr. Det er naturligvis os som har bragt det med fra DK :-). Vi ned formiddagen ved og i poolen, de var skønt. Så klædte vi om og kørte tilbage til Outlook, der var nogen som manglede et par ting...

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Jul 27, 2012 - Mike Jr. and kids flew in for a week

We picked up Mike Jr., Kayleigh and Ava at SeaTac Friday night at midnight. They spent a week with us first at Tall Chief and then in La Conner at the Potlatch RV Resort. We went into Seattle two days. Visited John and Vicki Smolke on Mercer Island. John has been one of my best friends since high school but we only get to see him and Vicki once every few years!

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Jun 13, 2011 - Country Drive and Goodbyes

We took a leisurely drive through the country on our way to Joanne's house this morning. We had lunch with her before having to say goodbye. She took Ross out of school at noon so he could be with us for lunch, too. We played a card game "Phase 10" and taught Ross to play Farkle. I will miss them so much.

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Jun 12, 2011 - Another Baseball Day

I drove up to Monroe, Wa. this morning to watch Ross's first baseball game. It was so beautiful and sunny. Joanne and I even had jackets off while sitting in the bleachers. Went back to the RV afterwards and picked up Russell to take him with me to the afternoon game at Renton, WA. This game was at a beautiful city park. We sat on a blanket high up on a hill in the sun overlooking the field. Russell even took a nap in the sun while Joanne and I visited. Out to dinner for fish and chips.

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Jun 10, 2011 - Pike's Place Market

We drove in to Seattle this morning and met Joanne at Pike's Place Market. It was a pretty sunny day and just a pleasant light jacket temperature. Driving in to the city with all the traffic, bumper to bumper and nutso drivers reminded us how we love the great outdoors amidst the trees and nature. We are so lucky not to have to travel in traffic each day unless we choose to do so. The market is a really special place. You could go there for people watching only and come home with a sore neck and tired eyes. Such diversity and does everyone...

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Jun 8, 2011 - Into Bothell to visit with Joanne

This afternoon we went to Joanne's house to visit. Walked over to the field to see the end of Ross's football practice and then back to the house for dinner. Ross is so tall and towers over me at 6'1" and only finishing the 8th grade. He has a darling huge smile and so pleasant. After dinner, we went down to some water to see John try out a new lure and when he tossed the car keys to Joanne, they bounced off of her into the water. That set off a whole chain of events trying to retrieve the car as the spare set at home didn't work, etc. Not...

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Jun 7, 2011 - Parked near Seattle for 7 nights

We arrived in Tall Chief RV resort this afternoon after what seemed a long day. We stopped along the way to get the sales contract for my condo notarized and then faxed back to the realtor. Talked to Joanne this evening and can't wait to see her tomorrow. We ordered a rental car for the week and they are going to deliver it out here in the morning.

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Jun 8, 2010 - Arrived at Juneau

Hi Everyone Well we made it. We are pulling into port as I type. Here are a few of the pics that we have taken while on board. Hope you all enjoy. It is breath-taking. There is snow up in the hills and the water falls are running. It is around 59 degrees and it took us 45 hours traveling on the boat to get here. Real nice sailing smooth food is good and a lot of fun on board. Well take care we have to grab some lunch before we get off. Will write more later. The traveling duo

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Jun 6, 2010 - On board the Norwegian Pearl

Well were here got on board around 12:30 and couldn't get to our room yet. So we went and had a really nice lunch. You are charged for all drinks including soda. Beer is $4.95 and a special drink they had when we came on board cost $8.50 guess we won't be drinking all that much. We were suppose to have a complimentary bottle of wine in our stateroom instead they are giving us at the restaurant. Any ways we were finally allowed to our rooms. We have a very nice stateroom With private balcony outside our room. We thought we would get a note...

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Jun 5, 2010 - getting ready

Well just a short note to let you know that we are getting our stuff packed to take our Alaskan cruise. Getting the MH ready so when we come back from the cruise we will be ready to head down the road to our new campground which we will be in Blaine Wa. Will write once we are on ship. Beautiful day warm and sunny high around 75 feels like 80. Go figure the day we have to get ready it turns out beautiful.

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Jun 3, 2010 - Seattle day 2

Wow it was a good day. Woke to a sunny day. We went into Seattle and stopped at a place called the Under Ground Tour. It was a very good tour. He explained how Seattle was built in the 1800's, built on saw dust and the buildings were made of wood. They were the first ones that had flush toilets and every time the tide came in when they flushed, it would shoot back up with back pressure. When the tide was out the toilets would work fine. So they were working on that problem. In 1886 the town burnt down and they held a meeting and a law was...

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May 31, 2010 - 2nd day on Olympic Peninsula Wa

Wow what a beautiful morning. It isn't raining and the sun is out, not even cloudy. We got ready and headed out for Breakfast. Then we went on to Hurricane Ridge in Port Angeles. As we drove on up it became very foggy, some times heavy. Ran in and out of it all the way up. We did some stopping along the way, of course we ran into snow again. It is amazing how there is still snow at the end of May. We stopped at this falls with a running spring and Rick decided to try to get some water. It was very cold and not bad tasting at all, NO...

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