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... to do. When our family took a trip across Canada and the United States in 2008 we saw beautiful places and cities and learned more about the world beyond our community but we also learned a significant amount about ourselves and who we wanted to be and how we wanted to live. Tonight as we finished up our to do lists I was able to let my mind relax and surrender to the joy of travelling. It kind of feels like the ...
Woke up at Beachwood in rain which followed us to Seattle and east through Snoqalmie pass. Once over the mountains we found sunshine and 85 degree weather. Stopped at the massive Tulalip shopping mall outside of Everett Washington to pick up a barbeque at the famous Cabella's outdoor store - must be 100,000 square feet of sporting goods. Moses Lake in Eastern Washington by 4pm. First day 300 miles. Quite pleased with the truck. Averaged 15.4 miles per US gallon. Trailer weight is 4800 ...
... and bought an Esky, bricks and containers for us when he was at the SuperStore shopping. The items were a good price better then Walmart and it would save us a trip more time for seeing Vitoria.
With a late start Richard keyed in the directions to Sooke in the GPS and we were on our way. The traffic was good and Richard is getting the hang off driving on the wrong side of the road. We sort of both ...
... 8221; I subtly remind them that the waste transfer station closes at 5:00. They naturally see that this is a way higher priority than mere shoe shopping, and Kirsty and I are soon rolling down 96th avenue enjoying the fragrance of the rubbish bags I have piled into the Dodge. Mission completed we compare results. “I bought a new dress.” “Ha! I built some shelves!” Looks like everyone kicks a goal. ...
... in the way of other traffic. As we went higher the snow became thicker on the ground either side of the road and looked less coloured by fallen leaves and pine needles but had obviously been recently cleared by snow ploughs and blowers. After turning off right from what would become the West Diamond Lake Highway we continued climbing on the OR 62, the road now bordered on both sides by piled high snow in places lying metres deep.
The sight of the closed ...
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