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The Rugged Coast

For our third annual Goren-sibling summer backpacking adventure, we made our way to the Olympic Peninsula—one of the most unique landscapes in Washington state. After four hours in the car, a quick ferry ride, and a few warm pastries in Sequim, we were on the Ozette Loop trail making our way to the beach. 204 more words

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Pebbly Beaches. Still fun.

Sunday 27th July:
Visited aunt & uncle an hour away – despite William still being ill & Fi having driven 7+ hours to get here on wed/thursday and returning back up north on Tuesday….was lovely and the kids spent most of the time in the wonderful pool, apart from getting out for the bbq lunch. 360 more words

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Coloradan and Proud

This weekend I took on the task of planning an intern camping trip but also made the executive decision to bring a long a few of my own friends, which inevitably saved the camping trip from a disastrous beginning middle and ending. 873 more words

On The Brain

Out of the Storms and into the Other Storms

Since we last talked, Tony and I decided to sell our house, and we took a trip to Ohio. If you’re really interested in details, I’m happy to share, but the short version is: we want to live closer to where we seem to spend all of our time when we’re not inside the house. 468 more words

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Water taxi ride

One brilliant Thursday, a group of us at work decided to take a long siesta and took the water taxi down to Chinatown. What a glorious day to be out on the water. 20 more words

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