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... Mexican grill. It was pretty delicious, we both got chicken burritos and then went back to a beautiful park that we had driven past a few times in our travels. It was on off leash dog park with huge trees that were dropping hundreds of bright orange leaves. It was beautiful, except for the chilly breeze that ripped through us while we sat outside and enjoyed the park. After we finished lunch we hopped back in the ...
... plot, there were hundreds of plots and I didn't know which one was theirs. I walked along row after row and was having a really hard time locating it. I started to worry that I might not be able to find it. Will assured me that we would find it. We split up and searched, but Will eventually found it. I almost immediately overcame with emotion. I frantically cleared off the grass that had been thrown onto it from the whipper sniper and ...
... sped along rather merrily, with Dawna winning hand after hand, but then Karen said "last hand" and the card gods smirked. It went on and on. We must have reshuffled the played cards a dozen times. In the end, the game only ended because Gabe put down a spade so Dawna could go out. If only we had kept an official time on that last hand -- we are convinced our game would have had a place in the "Guinness Book of World Records" as the longest played single hand of Crazy ...
... soon they are looking good.
Time to put them back on the rack and check the new bike cover to see it it will fit over all three.
Later on we enjoy the sunset out back.
Further enjoyment is we go have fresh Walla Walla Sweet Onion Rings and Fresh Raspberry Milkshake at Burgerville with a friend. Life is good
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CS and BZ took me on an excursion to the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge in Washington State. Since it is after the fact, I don't remember too much - except that it was quite a nice little walk with varied topography and I saw some ducks and a heron and some other birds and CS saw what may have been ...