Saturday, January 5, 2013

A Grand Day Out...


Yesterday we took the ferry from Seattle to Bainbridge and then drove onward to the tiny town of Poulsbo to do some Dutch grocery shopping: Yay!  {smile} 

They have a small grocery store there specializing in Dutch, German, British and Scandinavian foods: absolute heaven! I did some serious pondering over a box with 24 frozen 'kroketten', but I was strong...  <wink> I did buy  'een klein kuipje met smeerkaas', just for the fun of it and of course tons of Dutch licorice (= drop), other candy, ontbijtkoek, stroop etc. Upon our return home our new weighing scale had arrived (it also measures bone mass, body fat etc) so now I'm thinking that maybe I shouldn't have bought so much bad (but soooo good) food from my home country. Oh well, it only happens about once a year...

Anyway, here are some impressions of the rest of our grand day out. No words necessary me thinks...













4 comments:

  1. Wat een ongelofelijk mooie foto's!! En.. maak je niet dik, als ik zie hoe vaak en goed je aan het hardlopen bent, zijn die dropjes er zo weer af ;)!

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    1. Ja, maar al die negerzoenen, schuimpjes en ontbijtkoek niet helaas! ;-) In ieder geval krijg ik op deze manier een beetje meer motivatie voor het rennen, want de afgelopen paar weken was het moeilijk om in beweging te blijven...

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  2. happy new year to you Marjan - I've missed my visits over here recently and plan to do far more visiting blogging pals now the hectic season is over.
    Your photography continues to inspire me on a regular basis (and don't get me started on the dress making!!)
    Here's to a good year full of memory making
    fee x

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  3. Seattle looks like such a pretty city! Lovely photos too.

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