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Travel Blogs from Roslyn
... finish line, gave me a big hug, pulled a chair up beside me after I sat down (even being next to Kathy feels good), brought me food, and ice for my joints and cold water for my feet to soak in and did everything you would expect an experienced 100 miler and crew member to do. I found myself feeling like I didn’t do enough for her during and after her 100 miler. Lesson learned.
I strategically brought Broeck Jones onto my crew because ...
Monday 12-24-12 Christmas Eve
Anne and I woke up on Chicago time early Christmas Eve morning. When I went to the window and pulled back the heavy hotel shades I saw what was invisible to us last night. Mixed with the white clouds of the distant sky you couldn't be sure if you were looking at more clouds or the white tops of the Olympic mountains. Anne and I stepped out to the balcony to get a better view. From there we could see the entire horizon lined ...
... way earlier. So, to make the best of a less-than-best situation we all went into a land each and tried to slide down on our bums. Much more tracksion than I was expecting; I ended up doing sideway rolls down the hill. It was a good bit of childish fun!
With the afternoon activities no longer available we all decided to go back to Whiskey Pete’s where we had ...
... door open for women. Karen seems to enjoy his prowess in the sack!
Back to the point, we left Seattle towards Snoqualmie! YAY! I began to get worried because when I rented the house I had no idea about the snow season and while I did do my research into this topic there is always the possibility that I know nothing and have been completely off track. Anyway, I spent much of the trip scouring the landscape of mountains for snow. This was difficult for two reasons; first ...
Larry had to go do a site survey for a potential fireworks show so I went along . . .it was neer Salmon la Sac, Washington, just up the road from Roslyn, Washington, which is where "Northern Exposures" was filmed. At least the outdoor scenes. The entire area was beautiful and reminded me ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking