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... park, which he eventually does, muttering curses over his shoulder the whole way. There are two security guard type people who witness this whole affair, and they do nothing more than ask the woman to stop yelling, which she does once the “******* pervert” has taken himself off down the street. Bloody intense for a Friday morning, I thought.
The rest of the day is less dramatic. We bum around until our lavish Bolt Bus arrives – ...
On Sunday morning we again had a lovely breakfast courtesy of Tully and then while she went to church, Linda took us to the House of Myrtlewood where they make all sorts of articles from the foresaid Myrtlewood. This is one of the hardest woods and we watched a video about how it is cut and shaped into various objects. The shop had a variety of artefacts but I bought a lovely wooden lighthouse and a small plaque with a painting of a lighthouse as well. We then went to the Visitors' ...
... temporarily homeless. They had moved from Seattle following a job three days before our arrival. They could not afford a motel room and the condo that they were to move into wasn't ready so they were temporarily living at the park in a tent........ with their eleven year of daughter!. They had only until this Wednesday or Thursday until they could move into their new home. Through our conversation we find that they have not had a cup ...
... to anyone who'll listen. Sadly, I know that she too will enter the 'Terrible Threes' at some point. Three, most likely. We are really worried about Portland now. Portland is intended to be our big farewell to Oregon and a final feather in our cap for toughing out the trip. But right now we're both dreading it. Our preliminary plan is to have Penny in the stroller with the Ergo carrier on standby. Should Henry, as has been his wont, decide that ...
... and drive a smaller hwy), rolling hills with the larger mountains of the Cascade further and the coast mountains to the west. The temperature was also noticable warmer now also. Since getting to Vancouver we've been getting nice summer weather and really not much problem with rain.
Ken and I got a round of golf in with my Mom and and my Uncle Bill. We got a group together and drove up the Mackenzie River and hiked to a couple waterfalls ...
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