Whispering Firs B&B and Lodge
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... Wipeout'. We laughed real hard. It was goffy, but funny.
The dump cake finally finished and Talita and I went to Mt. Vernon downtown where they were having a sidewalk sale. We walked for about 4 or 5 blocks and browsed through some stores then came back the other side of the street. Poor Talita, her feet were swelling. I told her it was time to go back home but she wanted to stop at Hobby Lobby to show me some pictures she had ...
... Deception Passage".
Plaque explaining the history of Deception Pass "Deception Pass - Named By Captain George Vancouver 10 June 1792. Feeling That He Had Been "Deceived" As To The Nature Of The Inner Waterway, Port Gardner (Now Saratoga Passage) he Wrote On His Chart "Deception Pass."
In the waters of Deception Pass, just east of the present-day Deception Pass Bridge, is a small island known as Ben Ure Island. The island became ...
... recognized as the city's founders and pioneer businessmen. A post office was established in November 1877 with Clothier appointed postmaster. The city was named after Mount Vernon, the plantation estate and resting place of George Washington. The two men laid out the city's first plan while the area was still heavily timbered.
Mount Vernon's first industry was logging; camps were set up to log the townsite. The community ...
... br> around this place"
So begins our journey into vinyl fence building.
The ground here has a lot of clay in it. So Roy decides he will just dig 72 holes 8ft apart.
Mel say nooooo we will rent an auger. So first two augers would not dig at all. Come to find out
they had bad bits.
Third day rented an auger that had to be delivered so Roy asked Mel to have the delivery man show them ...
... could have supervised contact with his kids). Convicts their relatives/friends were in courtroom to be able to see the convicts lose part of our life. Some memorable cases:
Sex offender, sentenced to 68 months and no permission to have contact in any form with his biological children ever again, new sentence: 68 months and after that supervised contact with children, but not with mothers.
Domestic violence offender, sentenced to 30 ...