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... off the leaves for the foliage shots! He chuckles… Also got pictures of his German Shorthair Pointer whose name is (you guessed it)… Rose!
Then I got the brainy idea to see if I could go on a field trip to the Northland Rosarium in Spokane and take more pictures of roses specifically the Buck Roses. A phone call to Carol at Northland Rosarium and I was on my way … Well, to make a long story short ...
... an admitted abject failure, but willing to give it a shot.
We all had fun, especially the kids, who are fourteen and eleven years of age. It's always fun to observe how young folks operate in public doing something new. It's a good time to learn, if you know what I mean.
Rich was the best bowler of our group of eight. He easily scored in the triple digits each game. I'll not comment on how each of us ...
A 'big drive day', meaning about 5 or 6 (or possibly 7) hours of driving to reach our destination, Coeur d’Alene in Idaho. We made a pit stop at the Silver Dollar Bar, covered from floor to ceiling in old silver dollars donated by hundreds of people. Alison and I bought some huckleberry soda and found some cowboy mannequins, sitting at a table by the bar, who looked like ...
... is necessarily everywhere and has to be moved on top of other stuff to get to yet more stuff. I used to be really A-type. Teaching has thankfully cured me of that! Other incidental stuff: Penny is rolling now, back to stomach and over to the side again. She's been the best behaved of the bunch of us. So so cute. Henry is being a trooper. He has so much energy and few "safe" outlets for it. He's got a fair bit of eczema just now but ...
... tighter and tighter. I'm sure watching me attempt to walk was comical. It was like I was in slow motion. I had wanted to watch other athletes finish, but I felt disgusting. All I wanted to do was to shower and change clothes. Clark drove and I checked my phone to find countless text and Facebook messages already congratulating me. I had no idea people could watch the finish live online! How cool to know that so many people were watching, and cheering me on from a distance! I did it!
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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