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North America » United States » Washington » Aberdeen August 15th 2017

As I travelled from Conestoga Quarters RV Park in Port Angeles WA to Copalis Beach Resort in Copalis Beach WA on Wednesday, August 9, 2017, I encountered another prolonged road closure on Pacific Coast Scenic Bywayalong Lake Crescent WA. After I had been waiting for 15-20 minutes, several cars approached me in the oncoming lane. Thinking the traffic was moving, I fired the engine and moved a couple hundred yards. Delayed again, engine off, fire up the Sudoku. Apparently, several drivers had become disgusted with the delay and abandoned the wait. I, and many others, had the sole alternative of circling Olympic National Park in a clockwise direction, which would take an additional two hours. Several “restless, rebellious revolutionary revulsion reversal” episodes occurred over the time I was waiting. The del... read more
I Don’t Recall Seeing This Type of Butter Churn Heretofore
Another Rare Piece of Equipment that Was Not Made Specifically for Logging Operations
The Lamb Speedtrak Can Turn on a Dime – Note the Operator’s Cockpit and the Companion Speedtrak in the Rear

North America » United States » Washington » Aberdeen July 15th 2014

This day we visited all the Memorials in Washington D.C....which includes the Vietnam War memorial for veterans, Lincoln Memorial, Martin Luther King Memorial, Franklin D Roosevelt memorial and the Jefferson Memorial. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial is a national memorial in Washington, D.C. It honors U.S. service members of the U.S. armed forces who fought in the Vietnam War, service members who died in service in Vietnam/South East Asia, and those service members who were unaccounted for (Missing In Action) during the War. The Lincoln Memorial is an American national monument built to honor the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. It is located on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., across from the Washington Monument. The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial is located in West Potomac Park in Washington, D.C., southwest of the National ... read more

North America » United States » Washington » Aberdeen July 14th 2014

We took the early morning train to arrive at Washington D.C. And we went straight to The White House after checking in at Harrington Hotel. The buildings in the capital city were classic and walking around i figured that this city has maximum number of people in suites than anywhere else. We hung out near the pool area near state capitol building and then spent some time visiting the Canadian Embassy. I came to know that it is the only embassy so close to the white house. The Canadian US relations have undergone various reforms and it is amazing how they co- exist . Though the countries have loads of similarities, yet there as some aspects where Canada seams to be adapting faster. for example: foreign relations, since there is already so much diversity Canada accepts ... read more

North America » United States » Washington » Aberdeen May 17th 2014

We were allowed to explore the city by ourselves so i went souvenir shopping and then Mugee had a friend from Mongolian community who invited us all for lunch which was pretty interesting because he was a republican and his opinion about the government and rants about obama and the democrats was fun to listen to.... read more

North America » United States » Washington » Aberdeen May 16th 2014

The best part about this day was that i got my reading library card made at the world largest library. The United States Capitol, atop Capitol Hill at the eastern end of theNational Mall in Washington, D.C., is the seat of the United States Congress, the legislative branch of the U.S. federal government. Though not at the geographic center of the Federal District, the Capitol is the origin point at which the the District's four quadrants meet, and around which the city was laid out. The Library of Congress is the research library that officially serves theUnited States Congress, but which is the de facto national library of the United States. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) is the United States' official memorial to the Holocaust. Adjacent to the National Mall inWashington, D.C., the USHMM ... read more

North America » United States » Washington » Aberdeen July 5th 2012

George: On 27th June we drive out of the Stockton KOA and we go back to Sacramento Fire Station to give back the money they gave us and to see if the police report is ready and it's not. We stop off at Clearlake for lunch and I walk down the pontoon. We arrive at Fort Bragg at about 6 or 7, we have burgers and toast marshmallows. The next day in the morning we go down to the beach, there are lots of pretty houses on the walk down. NEWS REPORT....... Family of Four Find Squeaky Sand. By G. S. Pilsworth.The same family of four that had their RV burnt down (see 15th June) have gone to the beach. At the beach they found sand that seemed to make a squeaky noise. Carla Holden thought ... read more
Babcock Beach Fort Bragg CA (2)
Famous Drive Thru Tree (3)
Pilsworth and a Tree

North America » United States » Washington » Aberdeen July 26th 2011

Leaving San Francisco felt a lot like the beginning of our planned trip around the USA. Although we have been here a couple of weeks now, picking up the vehicle that should be ours until November and heading north it seemed to us that we were really on our way. There is still a need for us to properly equip ourselves for the journey. We will do that progressively over the next couple of weeks. The decision not to hire a camper or RV meant that we needed to consider the various options. Buses? After South America we had had just about enough of buses and, anyway, buses tend to go from town to town and we would miss the bits we really want to see. Trains? Our one Amtrak experience from Houston to El Paso ... read more
Border Bridge
Path to the beach

North America » United States » Washington » Aberdeen August 1st 2010

Today was going to be our last in Portland before we headed towards Seattle so we got up and had brekkie and pack the bags while the girls watch a DVD. We soon headed off to the Portland Rose Gardens which was not too far from home. When we got there we were blown away by how much different rose variety’s we saw. Jake read some info and there were over Eight thousand roses there. We took a few photos and walked around smelling the different flowers and it was huge. The gardens were well looked after and there was only one full time Gardner. We soon headed back to the car and went down the road to the park for the girls to have a play. The girls had a nice time in the park ... read more
Rose gardens
Rose Gardens
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