Part V: Tales of Bellingham–Photo Tour of Bellingham, Washington

Copyright ©Jane H. Johann, 2016 Home of Colonel Pickett in Bellingham, WA, USA

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©Jane H. Johann, 2016 Original Home of Colonel Pickett and his Native American Wife is of the Haida People. Her name was Morning Mist. Built in 1865   in Bellingham, WA, USA

 

Copyright ©Jane H. Johann, 2016

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©Jane H. Johann, 2016 Fish Hatchery beside Whatcom Creek in Downtown Bellingham

 

Copyright ©Jane H. Johann, 2016 Whatcom Creek

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©Jane H. Johann, 2016
Whatcom Creek

 

Copyright ©Jane H. Johann, 2016 "Pickett Bridge over Whatcom Creek"

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©Jane H. Johann, 2016
“Pickett Bridge over Whatcom Creek”

 

Copyright ©Jane H. Johann, 2016 Walkway along Whatcom Creek.

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©Jane H. Johann, 2016
Walkway along Whatcom Creek.

 

Copyright ©Jane H. Johann, 2016 Bellingham, WA

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©Jane H. Johann, 2016
Bellingham, WA

 

16 thoughts on “Part V: Tales of Bellingham–Photo Tour of Bellingham, Washington

  1. Clanmother says:

    Beautiful captures!!! I love walking with you…

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  2. Jane, you have such an eye for beauty and composition. Love your work. MariG

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  3. Eliza Waters says:

    Beautiful spot – you have relations there?

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    • Yes, Eliza, my youngest daughter, Lara, who was in the Peace Corps and finished her two year duty, now lives there. So I have been out there in October to help move her out and again in December to spend Christmas with her. Bellingham is a beautiful place and the people so welcoming!

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      • Eliza Waters says:

        It’s a beautiful area, I hear. Great to have a reason to visit!

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      • Eliza, the area is INCREDIBLE! Wisconsin holds its own beauty well, but I fell in love with the Pacific Northwest! It is just amazing! If I ever have the chance to move there, I will invite you and your family there! I would have displayed more photos, but my old cell phone and I are having issues–I was told I would still be able to download the photos (6000 +) and use it as a camera. Alas, I have NOT figured out how to do it! Have a great Wednesday!

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      • Eliza Waters says:

        I’ve been to Portland, OR and Seattle, WA areas, but it is overcast a bit too much for my mental health!

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      • After watching “Sleepless in Seattle” some years ago, I was wondering also if I would enjoy it. However, I suppose because of Global Warming, Seattle actually has a drought warning out for the past two years. When I was there this past Fall and Winter, it seemed it would rain a bit in the morning, then the sun would appear, and it became warm enough to go for an extended walk, then it might rain again, and then the sun would return–all in ONE DAY! I was amazed! If it would have rained all of the time, I would not have been able to sustain the climate either. I totally get what you are saying about that, Eliza. The past two weeks in Wisconsin have been quite overcast with little sunshine and it is getting to me! I so want the SUN!!!!!

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      • Eliza Waters says:

        Like the plants I love, I need lots of sun!

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  4. reocochran says:

    A great collection of photos of a slice of life location. I read a comment and was happy to ear this is where your daughter lives. Take care!

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    • Well, Robin, I think I could have added more photos—I was having difficulties at the time with transferring photos from my old cell phone to the computer. Now I think I understand what to do. I guess there will be another posting one day! LOL Glad you enjoyed them! Yes, my daughter loves Bellingham and so do I! However, the grandchildren here need me nearby.

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  5. fantastic pix Johannes.

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