Monthly Archives: August 2014

How to Fold a Towel Person

How To Fold a Towel Person I hadn’t really thought about making a towel person until V of Lame Adventures mentioned in a comment that she thought I could make her in a towel.  Of course trying to make a … Continue reading

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Hiking the Staircase Rapids Trail in the Olympic Rainforest

Early on a rainy morning the Wilderness Adventurer of Un-Cruise Adventures anchored up in the fog near the tiny town of Hoodsport.  This quaint western Washington town lies quite a ways down Hood Canal, a long narrow waterway dividing the … Continue reading

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Easy Fruit Smoothies

Recipes for ice cold fruit smoothies and milkshake-like smoothies made without ice cubes. Healthy and delicious summer treats. Continue reading

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Memories of a Cruise Ship Doctor part 1- Getting Hired

Retired doctor Len Kreisler spent 4 years as a cruise ship doctor for Regent Lines in the 1990’s.  His book ROLL THE DICE PICK A DOC AND HOPE FOR THE BEST includes his shipboard experiences in a chapter called What … Continue reading

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Fort Casey Inn

In the not-so-distant past, most civilizations situated anywhere near large bodies of water viewed their biggest threats as coming from the sea.  The invention of the airplane made many large forts built in formerly strategic locations around the world obsolete.  … Continue reading

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