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... have just returned from dinner at Tomato Street. The birthday has been well celebrated. Lynn did try to say that Fiona is one of my gifts, but I'm not so sure if I can handle anymore excitement.
With the weather as "iffy" as it is, we may have to wait a bit for our return. The trip out here was plenty of excitement for most any septuagenarian, us included. We will keep you up to date as things happen.
Thanks for stopping by again...
... s Bread Pudding, which had a large scoop of vanilla ice cream temporarily residing atop. What can I say? Excellent!
We'll head out of hear fairly early, since we lose the hour that we temporarily had at Lisa's. I have a friend in the hospital in Missoula and hope to stop by for a quick visit there.
Again, thanks for checking us out. I'll be heading to the lake soon and will check in again from there. Happy ...
... wheelchair who was following her and jumped on his lap and the both of them fell on the side of the road. Security from the casino had to go over and help them out. Sorry. No pictures boys. She would have broken the camera anyways. It was a little sad leaving Kelowna as I liked that little town. We followed the Okanagan lake thru the mountains and crossed the boarder in Washington state. I was harassed a little bit ...
... Valley...a fantastic family property that she ultimately acquired the option for, through a coin toss with one of her brothers. It's a great story. I love her place. It's bright and open and a classic '50 riverfront "cottage." Carolyn sang Billy's praises for all its best features and what he was about to do - a new bathroom, hallway updates and huge new windows in the river facing wall of ...
... the top we'd found we'd just crossed Steven's Pass and now we were headed down! At the bottom of the Pass the land opened up into fields of stone fruit (peaches, cherries, apricots, etc) backed by bare, dry hills. As the trees disappeared, we moved onto the plains. Around this time we came into Wenatchee, our agreed stop for lunch. We had a quick McD's and were back on the road for our afternoon stint. We started out with the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking