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Travel: Exploring the Pacific Northwest

Several Adair County families kicked off the summer travel season with a trip through the Pacific Northwest, with stops in Vancouver, Juneau, Skagway, and Seattle. They cruised on the Celebrity Edge, rode the White Pass Train in Alaska, and went whale-watching in Juneau.

Eric Hare shared some terrific pictures from the trip. Click the headline to see them all.

Eric says, "This was a great family vacation including Hares, Moores, and Pruyears. Filled with beautiful meals, breathtaking scenery, belly laughs, and even some new friends met along the way. I wouldn't want to do it with anyone else. Put these places on your list, it's worth every minute of it."


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Travel: Deloitte Summit Tower in Downtown Vancouver



2024-05-23 - Vancouver, BC, Canada - Photo by Eric Hare.
Eric says Vancouver is "Truly a beautiful city to spend some time in," with many unique architectural displays. At left in this photo is the Deloitte Summit Tower, an example of Vancouver's "twisted architecture." You can read more about the building at archpaper.com.

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Travel: The view from the White Pass Train



2024-05-23 - Skagway, AK - Photo by Eric Hare.
The view along the White Pass train tour out of Skagway, AK. Eric says, "Beautiful snow capped mountain scenery every direction as far as the eye could see."

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Travel: Another view from the White Pass Train



2024-05-23 - Skagway, AK - Photo by Eric Hare.
The view along the White Pass train tour out of Skagway, AK. Eric says, "Beautiful snow capped mountain scenery every direction as far as the eye could see."

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Travel: Vancouver skyline



2024-05-23 - Vancouver, BC, Canada - Photo by Eric Hare.
The Vancouver skyline as seen from the deck of the Celebrity Edge. The cruise ship is being guided from port by the tug boat.

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Whale watching in Juneau



2024-05-25 - Juneau, AK - Photo by Eric Hare.
A snip from a video filmed in Juneau of a whale-watching tour. This is "Cheese It" showing his tail. His mother, "Moon Cheese," was close by while he played.

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Travel: Seattle skyline and Elliott Bay



2024-05-28 - Seattle, WA - Photo by Eric Hare.
The Seattle skyline and Elliott Bay, taken from the Sky View Observatory of the Columbia Center Tower, on Eric's recent trip to the Pacific Northwest.

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Travel: Mountains along the White Pass Railway



2024-05-30 - Skagway, AK - Photo by Eric Hare.
A black and white version of the views along the White Pass train tour out of Skagway, AK.

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