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Old 04-03-2016, 09:02 AM   #601
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Cool picture, I like seeing both modes of transport.
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Old 04-05-2016, 01:46 AM   #602
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We just came back from several days at Deception Pass SP in Washington. Besides enjoying the beach and forest at this campground, we toured Whidbey Island and also spent some time at the Tulip Festival near La Conner. We loved the clam chowder at Seabolt's Smokehouse in Oak Harbour, though the tavern at La Conner had pretty good chowder as well.
This was our first trip of the year and it was sooo good to get away!

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Great photography Bob! What colors! and thanks for the advice on the chowder.
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Old 04-05-2016, 09:45 AM   #605
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Nice flawrs, Bob.

Things are actually starting to bud and come up here, a couple weeks ahead of the usual time.
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Very very nice!! Looks like The Netherlands all those tulips.
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My wife, Margie, took the photo out our back window. If you look closely you can see a ghost image of yours truly haunting the forest. We had quite a laugh when we noticed it!
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My wife, Margie, took the photo out our back window. If you look closely you can see a ghost image of yours truly haunting the forest. We had quite a laugh when we noticed it!
And here I thought that was a Bigfoot sighting. And not the trailer type either.
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Old 04-05-2016, 01:38 PM   #609
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We really like Deception Pass--our fave little site is 112..we were lucky because it fit our Boler nicely and is still fine with our 17...
I know what site you were in..(bad when you know what area of the park you are recognizing--then I saw the number across from you--we had friends stay in that site once)..I have always wanted to stay in 115 but it is always one of the first ones to go...

And you gotta love the tulips....Bad on a weekend though---oh the traffic...
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Old 04-05-2016, 01:41 PM   #610
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My wife, Margie, took the photo out our back window. If you look closely you can see a ghost image of yours truly haunting the forest. We had quite a laugh when we noticed it!
I saw that! Too funny!

And great on the tulips. When I drove up to ETI I was expecting to see fields of them from I5, but nothing doing. In the past you could, but this year all of the fields must be way off the freeway. Did see the signs telling you which exit to take, though.
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