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... Back in the Oregon Trail days abandoned kids were temporarily taken in by people in the wagon train. The Whitman family, missionaries in this area to the Walowala, took a few in as their own. Toddlers get beat up on camping trips by the conditions. Their curiosity gets them bruises and their lack if concern gets them a million mosquito bites. I've certainly given both my kids Lyme disease... I should save up some money for college so I can do something good for them. The kids ...
... jam jars we watch a bit of New York Rangers losing to Los Angeles Kings in game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final a lady in there is quite loud she's fine and has a laugh not unlike Popeyes which we hear quite a lot, a few more beers and a wine for the missus then we walk home at the end of another perfect day and a final treat for us is seeing a small herd of Elk feeding in a field just down from where we are staying,up the steep hill to our cabin and relax with a couple more drinks ...
Now we were on our way to Mt. Rainier, which is north of Mt. St. Helen's, and the drive up there was beautiful. Mount Rainier is the highest mountain in Washington at a height of 14,411'. With 26 major glaciers and 36 sq mi of permanent snowfields and glaciers, Mount Rainier is the most heavily glaciated peak in the lower 48 states. Mt. Rainier is ...
... dusty landscapes.
My journey began with a reminder of how much I'd enjoyed Canada, as I spent three hours in Vancouver during my flight layover. I’d wanted to visit Vancouver during my Canadian tour but had run out of time, and I had a sudden attack of nostalgia as I devoured my Tim Horton’s donut. Luckily, it didn’t take long before the excitement returned: I boarded an unnervingly tiny ...
... Roxane joined Sally for the walk, nothing like a warming bop around the track and a bit of air guitar practice to help a good cause! Sal's team were the second highest fund raisers with the event total being a very impressive $48,000...incredible what a small town (2,500 people) and strong community spirit can achieve.
A local wildlife conservation park visit in the afternoon gave a last look at native animals like grizzlies and black bears, and a close-up view ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed