Arlington Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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4. Place top on pumpkin and transfer to oven; cook until filling is bubbling and pumpkin flesh is tender, about 1 hour and 30 minutes. Remove top and continue baking until liquid is slightly evaporated and top of filling is browned, 20 to 30 minutes more.
5. Carefully transfer pumpkin to a serving platter (or serve in Dutch oven, if using) and serve.
... year, a large brick courthouse was built on Main street, which still stands today. Due to the area's stable economy, Mount Vernon never boomed in the 1890s like many other speculative booms in the region. The city experienced its first of many fires in 1891 when several blocks along the waterfront were destroyed. The boost from the railroad's construction quickly replaced these buildings. 1891 also saw the construction of ...
Here's my first entry! And I'm calling it a practice entry. I am starting a blog because I know that I'm going to get into some entertaining and ridiculous situations in the next couple months. Also, I think it'll keep me sane, as a large portion of my trip I will be traveling alone. I will be going literally around the Earth. 17 different locations before I return to Seattle. And 11 plane rides. I'm the ...
What a struggle it was to get moving this morning. Felt sore, but knew that I was here because I needed to show how I, as a player, pushes through pain to show what I can do. At least I wasn't the only one who was struggling to move. I may have been one of the better feeling people. Today felt ...
... to swim *********ight was our big baseball game with the Seattle Mariners v Chicago Cubs. The mariners haven't been going so good so we weren't expecting too much but with lovely hot weather we settled into the huge stadium for what turned out to be a fantastic night of entertainment. Firstly a guitarist from Pearl Jam played the National Anthem then the game started. We were down 4-2 until the 7th innings when ...