Lovejoy Inn On Whidbey Island
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... all the base molding around the kitchen, hallway, laundry and bathroom. My problem with these tasks are twofold; (1) I'm old and not as flexible to get down on the floor and install this stuff and (2) I'm not exactly an experience professional at this so you know the result - it doesn't look too bad, but there's a few places that are cringe worthy.
But we had a lot of fun with Kim and Ian, and ...
... while watching ships roll in and out. I think it was the dreamiest coffee shop I have ever been in, and the coffee was also incredible. We stayed until they were closing down and cleaning up. After our coffee, we decided it was time to finally check out one of Washington’s many cideries. We drove back towards our campsite and made our way to Finn River Cidery, a very small operation surrounded by an orchard ...
... the hot coals and close the cover. Smoke for 1 ½ hours, adding more soaked wood chips occasionally. If your smoker has a thermometer, keep the temperature at about 225.
Whisk the sauce ingredients together until sugar dissolves. Let the smoked seitan cool for 5 minutes, then slice, drizzle with sauce and serve plain or on buns. (Note: It’s best served right after you smoke it – if you reheat it in an oven later, the edges will lose the crispiness.)
... meant putting a gallon of gas into the tank and driving until the reserve went on, then filling it again until we reached our destination. Not an exact science.
Once at the shipping company, they made a spot in the warehouse where I could prepare the bike. We took all our essentials in the saddlebag and tour pack soft luggage and were able to keep the tools, helmets, and rain gear on the bike. I had ...
It's raining. Go figure. No wonder they call this area the "Gray Nor Wet". Since we picked up our tickets to BurningMan we have been all a twitter about the event and have made several unscheduled stops to look for festive personal decorations. We had lots of time over the last week, for you see, Mount St. Helens and Mt. Rainier decided to hide themselves in the dense clouds.
We drove 100 miles to see the crater, we even watched the entire film at ...