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post #61 of 66
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Originally Posted by Klobber View Post

A sweater should not be trashed or look trashed after only a few washes. Did you follow wash instructions?
I'm not the one here doing the laundry. But the housekeeper is fastidious about care instructions. If there is the least bit uncertainty, it goes by boat to a good laundry/cleaners in Victoria or Vancouver.
post #62 of 66
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Originally Posted by Klobber View Post

A sweater should not be trashed or look trashed after only a few washes. Did you follow wash instructions?
I'm not the one here doing the laundry. But the housekeeper is fastidious about care instructions. If there is the least bit uncertainty, it goes by boat to a good laundry/cleaners in Victoria or Vancouver.


By boat???? Wow this recession really is cutting deep.
post #63 of 66
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post



By boat???? Wow this recession really is cutting deep.
Boat -- or float plane -- is the way one gets around in the San Juan Islands and between the islands and the mainland. There is no bridge to here ... or between islands.

SanJuans.jpg

There tend to be weekly or bi-weekly errands to Victoria, Vancouver & Seattle ... usually via boat & car ... or boat, car, plane, and car.
Edited by RSS - 8/23/11 at 8:12pm
post #64 of 66
Nice looking scenery, I would not mind living there. That water has "jump in and take a dip" written all over it. Water temp probably 45 or lower lol8[1].gif
post #65 of 66
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Nice looking scenery, I would not mind living there. That water has "jump in and take a dip" written all over it. Water temp probably 45 or lower lol8[1].gif
It's cold. Certain parts of one's anatomy are prone to temporary shrinkage.
post #66 of 66
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It's cold. Certain parts of one's anatomy are prone to temporary shrinkage.

Classic lol8[1].gif
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