Inn of the White Salmon
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Unlike yesterday the snow today was light, fluffy and deep, it was like skiing around the sides of a huge snow cone, and for anyone who hasn't been skiing in a snow cone is allot of fun. After the fun of the slopes I took the opportunity to catch up with my washing prior to heading into the wilderness. Tomorrow I hop back on the bike and head towards Yellowstone National Park via Grand ...
... popular spot for local tourists. But the US Government was still shutdown, and all the prime locations were therefore off limits (national parks & forests). Unfortunately this meant that everyone now had to squeeze into the remaining state parks, which shared their space with lovely neighbours like railway lines. Coupled with the persistent rain, we decided that this was to be our last night of camping. It was a ...
... strainer are divided into thirds. Each third is placed in a paper bucket and labeled with a letter and number such as A1. The milt of the correspondingly numbered dixie cup is then introduced into the bucket of eggs and gently agitated for thirty seconds. This short period ensures that all of the eggs are fertilized. One can easily ascertain that the eggs have been fertilized as their color lightens as if by magic.The numbers on the cup and bucket ...
Note: I added photos to some of the previous blogs.
Not one thing was funny today!
That takes the stress off me to try to be entertaining.
This park was complete with train tacks near by and lots of toys and places for kids, a mini Disney land. It was 70 this morning, the first I started out in shorts. We left at 9. We find lots of wheat, cows and farm land west of Spokane. We spot two small moose! Excitement!!! There is some sort of ...
... waiting for them to need me.
Now my boys are getting peeled away from me. They are almost 10 years
old and they aren't part of me and they are less and less mine.
Every day I am watching them, marveling at what they can do and
waiting to see what they will become. It's exciting and it's
terrifying and sometimes I think I won't be able to stand it.
If I am honest, I might admit that the whole “let's ...