I received wonderfully generous comments, or rather compliments. Thank you! Compliments weren’t what I was after, but I do appreciate them all. I didn’t get much in the way of new ideas or requests, so I will keep on keeping on. We are going to add a “Captain’s Corner” page on occasion for more technical information.
If you have time, please read the comment from Dan Burch, on getting notified through the Yahoo Updates. I didn’t realize how instantaneous the service was. Thanks for the comment, Dan.
Ralph! Thank you for your warm and generous comment. I will email you separately on a couple of ideas about getting counts on your website.
The last post, unfortunately, posted before I wanted it to – due to ME! I apologize. Those of you who subscribed were notified of the rough draft – please give it another chance.
One footnote to the post “Neah Bay to Port Angeles”. I mentioned Red Tide and how, in some cases, the sea life living on the docks and pilings die from an extreme Red Tide. For those of you that have not seen this kind of sea life – here is a picture of a piling at low tide in Olympia. All those shells represent living sea life, hanging on until the tide comes in and puts them back in the water. After watching the move “Pirates of the Caribbean – Dead Man’s Chest”, I expect some creature to step away from the piling at any moment!
How about this beautiful sunset the night before we departed Port Angeles?
Thanks again – EVERYONE – for your great support!
Angie and Bruce