Falls and Farms

By: PugetSoundPost, 02:25 PM GMT die 12o June, anno 2015

June 12

Last weekend Mr PSP and I took a little trip to the eastern edge of Washington, to the Palouse region, to attend our nephew's graduation from a small high school in farming country. Instead of driving straight there and back again, we meandered a bit off of the main road to do some sightseeing. I will post some photos here of "the other Washington" - the one that people don't tend to think of when thinking about Washington. We are called "The Ever...

Finished Deck!

By: PugetSoundPost, 06:37 PM GMT die 01o June, anno 2015

June 1

Summer is here, even though today is Not showing it. Rainy, breezy, cooler, cloudy day so far. Even a chance of thunderstorms, but no booms have yet to be heard and it would not be surprising to not hear any at all. Unlike much of America, threats here for thunderstorms don't always turn into anything. Actually, this is the first rain we have had in a long while. The yard needs a good soaking. But we may not end up with all that much rain.

Updated: 06:39 PM GMT die 01o June, anno 2015

South America Travel - Part 15; End of Ecuador

By: PugetSoundPost, 10:53 PM GMT die 01o May, anno 2015

May 1 - Afternoon
Mindo Gardens

I did post #14 this morning and I am still pushing toward conclusion of this 3 week+ trip that has taken a really long time to complete here on WU. Thanks for bearing with me. There has just been so much ground to cover.

After our trip up on the gondola pictured in post #14, we stayed on the road for another out-of-town trip that afternoon and evening. Our first stop was close to Quito and this was our seco...

South America Travel - Part 14; Otavalo and Teleferico

By: PugetSoundPost, 04:59 PM GMT die 01o May, anno 2015

May 1

More activity in Quito, Ecuador and the greater area in this blog.

We took a full day trip one day out of Quito, heading northwesterly. Our first stop was at an alternate Equator destination. Of course the line runs continuously around the globe, so there were a couple of other places that made a "stop" out of it. This one is further from the city and not as well traveled, either. A group has taken this place on to give presentations on ...

South America Travel - Part 13; Quito and Equator

By: PugetSoundPost, 07:45 PM GMT die 30o April, anno 2015

April 30
Quito Old City, Equator, Incan Ruins

After going too slowly, I am probably going too quickly now, but I AM pushing to complete this long series of blogs about our trip to Latin America. If you happen to join at this point in the series, you may have missed a few blogs that have been posted very recently, even earlier this morning. So, please go back to "catch up", if interested and as time permits, to previous entries, all numbered in order ...

Updated: 03:30 PM GMT die 01o May, anno 2015

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