Inn at Blackberry Creek
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Yesterday was a long drive out of Canada and an overnight stop in Grand Coulée, WA. We made the best of this needed stop on our way to Walla Walla. We stayed at an RV park that was on one of the many dammed lakes in this area. After a swim, dinner and a few board games we went to the Grand Coulée Dam for the laser show. This was very impressive and was great to learn ...
... the spectators as the dancers who performed within the circle. these
placed their sholders together with their robes tightly drawn about them and
danced in a line from side to side, several parties of from 4 to seven will be
performing within the circle at the same time.
The whole concluded with a premiscuous dance in which most of them sung
... time I'll definitely have to be more cut-throat when it comes to how much to take, even if I can fit it all in my suitcase. Remember this mantra, Susan: less is more. Less is more!
2. Italy is different than France--I know, this is a 'no-duh' as they say, but there are a couple of things that really stood out to me. The first is the food. Neither Doug nor I are what you call "foodies." Rather, we call ourselves "plaid." We like simple ...
... at the top for easy removal.
Last to go in will be my iPad that I'll squeeze down in front of my red purse.
Oh, and not to forget Wally Worm. He's my new travel companion who I'll try to include in a few photos along the way. Keep an eye out for him.
I think I'm done!
P.S. As a note, if you want to see any photo enlarged, simply click on the photo to make it bigger. How cool is that?
In response to yesterday's post about packing, several people asked if I was a roller or a folder. The quick answer is: roller. But there is never a quick answer with me! If we're talking tents as in camping, I learned the first day of my Big Ride Across America that neither rolling or folding was an efficient way to return a nylon tent to its original stuff sack, especially when it's wet. After that first rainy night I became a born-again stuffer and ...