Monthly Archives: November 2008

Lock Cleaning

If you don’t live in Seattle, chances are you haven’t seen the Ballard locks when they are completely drained. I snapped these photos while taking a bike ride on Saturday. For an idea of scale, check out the bulldozer on … Continue reading

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A Fry Lodge tradition

As we’ve started to do every year on the day after Thanksgiving, today we drove up to Mount Creek Tree Farm outside of North Bend, WA to get our Christmas tree. This was the easiest tree hunt and set up … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Turkeys

The Fry Family Trio had a great, no muss no fuss Thanksgiving. Thank God for family who don’t mind it when you invite yourself over.  With mashed potatoes in tow, we mini-vanned down to cousin Drew and Megan Herdener’s house, … Continue reading

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Sunday morning lock out

My ratio of stupid to non-stupid behavior is increasing rapidly, and I don’t even have pregnancy brain to blame it on. This morning, as soon as we got Henry out of bed, for some reason I insisted that the Fry … Continue reading

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Manhood

There comes a time in a man’s life when he must say goodbye to baby things. Sippy cups, toys that don’t make noise, size 3 diapers. And cribs. Last night, Friday, November 21, Henry Owen Fry slept all night in … Continue reading

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Hibernation

Today I packed away Emotional Rescue’s canvas and took the chilly, topless boat ride across Lake Union to Seattle Boat Company, who will winterize and store her ’til Spring. Sleep tight, ER.

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