Mcfarland Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... to me and my journey. In essence, it read, "I should not rush through life, striving merely to reach a destination, when the trip itself is a wonderful joy." Cool right?! It's so easy for me to focus on the future. At any point in time, I can be thinking of things that range from, "Where are we staying tonight?" to "What do I want to make sure I do in Japan next month?" That's a simple made-for-blog ...
... 000. The town grew up on fur trading and then the railroad coincided with a gold rush.
We began the walk at Gonzaga University which was founded in 1883 as a Native American boarding school for boys. We walked through Riverfront Park. Prior to 1974, industrial sites and elevated rails dominated the area. These were all cleared and redeveloped for Expo 74. Tabernacle Island featured ...
... I spent the following 2 hours catching up on my laundry. This is noteworthy because I had located this particular laundromat on line ahead of time because it was well-reviewed for being clean, user-friendly, and wifi-equipped, and it lived up to the reviews for me…this might well have been the best laundromat I’ve ever used. I then checked in to my accommodations for the night, got some dinner, and called it a day.
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That was the idea anyway. We were winding our way through the coastal mountains of British Columbia. The speed limits are between 35 and 50 miles per hour. They are roads like the back roads around Snowshoe, West Virginia only much more extreme. They are brake smoking descents and 2nd gear climbs (if ours only worked). We made it to the first town of Lillooet without much incident. I say much because the steering of the rover was becoming more and more difficult. ...
... how. If you're any older, you better have some expendable income or a tenacious hold on a dying dream. Penny had her first swim/dunk in the lake and she took it like a champ. Henry woke up from a late nap (because he mucked about during his designated one) and had the most obscene meltdown we've seen to date. Right there on the beach. We also took it like champs and I had some "quiet time" with him in the car. When all the dust ...