The adventures of Parvin & Klaus

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20 Responses to The adventures of Parvin & Klaus

  1. Caroll Gage says:

    I’m very sorry for your loss!

  2. Ernie Klimek says:

    Parvin: I’m truly sorry for your loss. Klaus; You gave me a renewed sense of adventure and will be sorely missed. Thank you for sharing that day on the trail with me climbing Mt. Angeles. Vielen Dank Mein Freund!! Gott sei mit Dir!

  3. Penny Manser says:

    Parvin I never met you or Klaus, sadly, but have enjoyed seeing you in tandem around Sequim. I have also come to know you through the blogs. I am so sorry to hear of your sad loss and just wanted to send you hugs. Penny Manser, Sequim. xoxoxoxoxo

  4. Roger and April Uhden says:

    Parvin, please accept our deepest sympathy. We came to know you (by way of your neighbors, Pam and Ted) through Klaus’s wonderful stories and stunning photography. What a legacy he leaves behind. It will be strange not to see the two of you on your tandem bike riding around Sequim. Roger stopped to visit with you just recently on the bridge at Railroad Bridge Park while you were resting. Please know that our prayers are with you.
    Sincerely, April and Roger Uhden

  5. Carol Volk says:

    Dear Parvin . . . My husband and I only officially met you and Klaus a few weeks ago at Victor Pass. The two of you reminded me of us–out there enjoying the wild and enjoying each other. I cannot imagine losing my husband so unexpectedly . . . I ache for you! We sensed the wonderful connection the two of you shared, and are very sorry to know that you are without him now. We hope you can recover. Carol Volk & Gary Korb

  6. Keith & Kathy Parizo says:

    Dear Parvin, my wife and I, along with our pet cockatoo “Sarah”, met Klaus twice at Hurricane Coffee Shop and on that second occasion you were there too. My wife and I were so impressed at what nice, open, interesting and friendly people you both were and were looking forward to running into the two of you again. We recently moved to Sequim and you both made us feel welcome, as well as unknowingly motivating us to get bikes and get out riding/exploring sooner than we would have.
    We are so very sorry for your loss and please know we extend our deepest sympathy. Following is a quote from Emily Dickinson: “Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality.”

  7. John and Laurie says:

    Laurie and I can not express to you the sorrow of your loss and also the gratitude for having the opportunity to know Klaus. He was indeed a teacher, for he taught us how to live and he taught us how to love. I am not talking about how to just love a spouse, although indeed it was obvious that he cherished you. He also showed us to love each human being we meet, each creature of the earth we see and for each day we are given on the earth. I only met Klaus once, just a chance encounter on a bridge, but for you he left a lifetime of memories that you can hold on to for all enduring times. Regardless of the length of time we new him, he will always be remembered a special human being, just as you are Pravin.

  8. James Koch says:

    Parvin, we were shocked and saddened to learn of Klaus’s untimely death. We hope that the many memories of your adventures together will sustain you at this most difficult time. Yes, memories can “bless and burn”, but hopefully time will prove to be a great healer.

    I will always fondly remember the moments that I shared with you and Klaus at “Rattllesnake”.

    Muchos abrazos,
    Jim and Julie Koch

  9. Tracey Walsh~ says:

    My dear Parvin,
    I was shocked and saddened to hear about the accident and Klaus’s death. Then as I went to the blog and read the connections that the two of you have made…touching one spirit at a time over the years….I realize that Klaus is still teaching us.
    What impact the two of you have had on so many!
    These memories of mine are woven together…sharing beaches in Baja…glasses of wine and walks at sunset…morning yoga groups… reading and rereading the messages that Klaus was so good to share with so many. I am blessed to have gotten time with the two of you…You, my dear one are in my prayers…may Klaus and the time you have shared sustain you through these days.
    In love,
    Tracey Walsh~

  10. Mike Dodds says:

    So very sad. Although we do not know you, we share your loss through our friend Richard whom I’ve known for many years. We share your love for kayaks, the ocean and lakes, and RV’s and well… just keep on going when you can, treasure the memories you have shared with love…
    It’s just so sad… Mike and Carole Dodds

  11. Klaus Kommoß says:

    Liebe Parvin,
    mit großer Trauer und nur zufällig habe ich vom Tod meines geschätzten Namensvetters, Deines lieben Mannes erfahren. Ich habe noch nie so lange und intensiv mit einer Person korrespondiert, die ich nicht persönlich kannte, wie mit ihm. Das alles hat mir sehr viel gegeben und wird mir stets in Erinnerung bleiben.
    Mögest Du die Kraft und den Glauben haben, diesen Verlust zu verschmerzen.

    In Trauer Dein Klaus aus Berlin

  12. Steve says:

    I was so sorry to see that Klaus has passed on. Although we never met we exchanged several correspondences through the blog medium and I soon realised that he was a kindred spirit, wise, friendly, and brave. So sorry for your loss.
    Steve Metcalfe

  13. millie says:

    merry X.mas I am sad that you have to spend x-mas without Klaus god bless you .you always are in my prayers.

  14. Janice Starck says:

    Dear Parvin,
    I have been thinking about you both and decided to track you down. I am so shocked to read this blog. My deepest sympathy and love go out to you.

    • parvin Kommoss says:

      Thanks, very dear Jenice

      I simply was not able to reply your mail, but now I am at least able to do it.
      I am thinking very often of you, the most beautiful, attractive & smart woman I ever met on the travels around the world.
      So thank you.
      If you like to, keep in touch please,my email is:
      Lots of love & Hugs,

      • Janice starck says:

        Dear Parwin,
        Thank you so much for replying to my email. I can’t imagine how you are coping but I assume things are getting a little easier.
        I know my contacts with you are very sporadic but every now and again I have a mental surge to get in touch. You were both such wonderful people who always made everyone happy. Are you going to stay in the same place?

        I am still in Far North Queensland. Please stay in touch.
        Much love

  15. Kevin Cameron says:

    Please have Keith Parizo call his brother Kevin at 802-579-1499 our mom passed away and I would like to talk to him. I have not spoke to Keith in years and do not know how to reach him.I was in hopes that you could call him and send this important message. I thank you very much at for your help in this matter. Kevin Cameron PS- there are things that my mother our mother would like for Keith to have.

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