Villa Columbia Bed and Breakfast
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... who ran a credit check on me before we married. He asked a series of questions like "What PERS tier do you belong to?" "What's the interest rate on your student loan? What's the current balance?" and whenever I said "I have no idea", he would say "HA!" and tell me the correct answer because he knew and I didn't and he cared and I didn't and I guess some people are just like that.
Tavish is the underpaid social worker of our family. ...
... just gone in one gigantic circle which ends in someone else is paying for my awesome vacation?)
But please take note. I will be working. In a very important and responsible way. There are 30 students signed up for my Intro to Folklore and Mythology class.
Guy has decided to come along on this trip, too. Because who wouldn't? And while he is taking a month off from his job to travel, I will be working.
Suck on that.
... to their house building skills.
We headed into Yakima to find a bike shop and a new patch kit and saw this dog just chilln' out, watching traffic and people, he looked like he owned the jeep and thoroughly enjoyed being chauffeured around by his driver.
It was a surprisingly beautiful ...
... br> Part of our responsibilities is to clean these view windows daily and than once a couple of
months to clean and polish them… on the visitors side windows, we run 4 different grits of cleaner across the plexi-glass to clean and polish the glass to make it as scratch and dirt free as possible… every 3 or 4 months we lower the water level in the pond (to about 36-42” and put on our chest waders and climb into the pond and wash, then polish the ...
... east. We walked the town, stopping to check out the galleries and shops, and stayed in town long enough to get a $20 parking ticket? Started the Fruit Trail which starts in Hood River but after two stops - one flower and one fruit farm - we decided it was time to head back to Portland. Will try to continue on the trail another day. ...