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... it and enter the photo in the Spokane Rose Society’s Rose Show in June … Guess he showed me! Fast forward to May 2014 and our return to Spokane and now Kent is preparing a presentation for the Rose Society to be given in August … His topic is Buck Roses and he needs pictures of roses in all stages of bloom and also needs pictures of foliage.
Mid-May to mid-June the roses are gorgeous with their ...
... of eastern Washington (see Mary's pictures). The whole route paralleled railroad tracks but I was disappointed in what we did not see. As we left Everett we paced a very small train, two locomotives pulling two caboose. This is the main line over Steven's Pass but there did not appear to me much traffic on it. East of Wenatchee we played tag with a rail line that I soon determined is a lightly used segment used to service grain elevators. I ...
Joey and I started our Sunday morning off outside the Motel 6 talking with another traveller named Laura. I was definitely in my pajamas. We talked to her about many topics, she asked us how we felt when 9-11 occurred, what we thought of the U.S. government structure and we shared stories of places we had visited. We talked her ear off about Famous Dave's and demanded that she go there as soon as possible. We all took our time Sunday morning, Fergie and Michelle had ...
... a month. We will drive almost in a circle to get back there . We had a wonderful evening with my cousin ( actually cousin twice removed- aka my mom's cousin) Katy, her husband Dave, daughter Laura & husband Nate, son David,wife Norma. &son David, & son Nate & his finances Jackie. What a wonderful family. It was great to catch up with Katy. She is just a few years older than I am. I had no seen her since 1999. Way to long! Today 707 miles/Total ...
... money will be used to help fund a small bistro and gathering space within Marianwood that will be used by both residents and staff. Donations can be made online at www.providencemarianwood.org (click on “Donate Now”) or by calling 425-391-2895.
For more information, please contact Arlene Carter of Providence Marianwood at 425-391-2895 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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