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Apr 18, 2016 - A Memorial for a Friend

April 14-16, 2017 Several months ago a very dear friend of ours died. Elaine and her roommate had lived on Whidbey Island before moving into Panorama. The memorial for Elaine was held near Langley. We took our motorhome. At Port Townsend we boarded a Washington State Ferry and crossed over to Whidbey Island. About forty-five minutes after disembarking, we arrived at the campground at the Island County Fair Grounds. We were greeted by numerous bunny rabbits. About noon Saturday friends Dale and Georgia arrived in their car. We rode with...

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Mar 15, 2013 - Puget Sound

It probably seems like a cliché to keep saying how pretty it is when we go somewhere, but Puget Sound ranks up there with the best. We took the boat to the town of Langley on Whidbey Island. Pete took a nap while the ladies shopped. Not too much damage but we had a good time. Tonight, Jocelyn has to suffer through more of my family. Tomorrow it is on the road again to Portland. We will visit Judy Carter's daughter, Julie. After that we are booking to LA. Judy may stop for a Harley dealer if we give enough warning. Pete's wife Derbalie...

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Jun 22, 2012 - Whidbey and Camano Islands

The view is spectacular, especially from Joann's home on Camano Island. Lunch at Joann's home was a highlight of our trip, getting to see all 5 grandchildren, including her 7-month old twins. Her home is an architectural masterpiece. Doug talked photography with Kevin and his wish list grew considerably after seeing his equipment, pictures and computer programs. Shadow was the worst-behaved dog there. He is a great camper. His enthusiasm for the next adventure, preserve, park is contagious. We could all learn a lesson to experience great...

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Jul 24, 2011 - A Photo Class for Ed in Langley

Saturday was an early rise and although we set the alarm for 6 am, Ed did not need the alarm since he was excited about the class and was awake early. Judie drove him to the class so she could have the car for the day. She had a plan to make some stops along the way to pick up some things and rest at the coach after some cleaning. The class started with a morning of classroom work learning more about ISO, f-stops, shutter speed, depth of field, etc. After lunch we went on a photo shoot walking around Langley with a travel theme to show...

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