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... to do the laundry .On Sunday we moved over to the Pacific coast side to check out the coastal rocks and rainforests. The forces of nature are present everywhere out west. There is a sign here on the Olympic Peninsula that commemorates the storm of 1921 which blew with such force that it leveled trees with the equivalent of 8 billion board feet of timber-enough to build 600,000 three-bedroom homes (can you imagine?) When we drove through Idaho, we spotted a sign of the 1995 storm ...
... road. Shea and Robin said they could make us fit. They stopped far down the road. Excited, I ran/limped all the way to Adam - who was joined, too, by Johnny - and all the way back to Shea and Robin's van. Shea and Robin's little sons were at first scared to have three strangers in their car. But, each soon returned to his day-work: picking on the little brother who followed him closest in age. Chakota, the fat-potato-faced baby, supposedly liked to ...
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Sometimes hostels are not the culmination of facilities and additions. In fact, compared to a lot of hostels the HI-Victoria is a bit of a let down. Despite this I returned. But why would I return to what essentially is a fairly plain hostel? The answer is simple: Shae. Shae works at the hostel and is the most fantastic hostel employee I've encountered on my trip. She is smart, funny and worth getting to know. So, essentially, sometimes it is the people that make the place and in this case it is Shae who gives HI-Victoria a certain edge it would have been lacking otherwise!
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