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... were memorable in their own right. Such works included: Larry "Ulaaq" Avhakana's Inuit-inspired "Land/Water" artwork in masks, modern sculpture and glass; Rachel Feferman's Retrospective - A Hole in the Heart; Heikki Seppa's Master Metalsmith's work; Karen Hackenberg's "Watershed" - a collection of artwork inspired by the rubbish that had drifted up on local beaches around the Island; and Children's Book Illustrators 1 - a collection of children's books ...
... side, and the manager needed everyone to pitch in during dinner hour of the Seahawks game. It was fun to see a different side of Silas' life, and we had a chance to talk more and even see some Christmas lights. We finished the evening with Jamie's yummy turkey pumpkin chili, a board game (of course) that Silas won (of course), and finally said goodbyes at the Hampton Inn by the airport, ready for an early morning ...
... times a day, and many other activities such as bocce, Wii games and book club. The sommeliers are busy with wine tastings and pairings. The evening shows are top notch. There are several bars with live music for dancing every evening and we are taking advantage of the excellent dancing music. You just can’t get bored!
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... was actually incredibly bad. But I got another beer called Gosser. It was a Marzen beer, which was very good too.
By the time I was done with dinner and ready to try and sleep, Spiderman was almost over. But I was too tired and too uninterested to finish watching it. So I just tried to sleep.
And that's what I consider the end of my Saturday.
P.S. Daily Step Count = 6,690
Miles walked = 2.97
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