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... in a radically different part of the world. This past semester I completed a World Religions class to prepare for the trip, and learned about many different religions including Buddhism, which is very prevalent in South East Asia, namely Theravada Buddhism.
I hope to learn a lot.
I'm hoping this will be somewhat of a spiritual journey for me, and I pray that the experiences I have over the next few months will help shape me into a better person.
So here we go.
<ul><li> Today I am determine to get to Seattle. After I had my big breakfast at the hotel, I took some fruit for the road and I was on my way.</li><li>I still have to get gas so i stopped in Kennewick and paid $39.69. </li><li>Got ice bag cost me ...
... Yakima River, Mt.Rainier, Columbia River, Snake River
current population: 6.971 million
total amount of square miles: 71,303
- ate my bread for breakfast
- got gar for $34.03
- went to The Columbia Gorge DIscovery Center and spent 2 hours-$9
- ate lunch at The Sunrise at ...
... see which is better. It looked like the storm would be around for a while, so we didn’t wait it out to see if there would be interesting light as the storm cleared.
Kennewick was less than 2 hours from the falls, and on the way we asked the girls what they wanted to eat. A again said that Arby’s was first on the list, which we again vetoed. Outback was second on the list, and we decided that ...
... the equator and the North Pole. From here, we began climbing the Blue Mountans into the national forest. There were noble fir trees everywhere! We drove along the LeGrand Ronde River. There were people camping in tents all along the River banks. As we reached the 4371 foot summit, leaving the forest, there was a scenic lookout. What a beautiful sight! We drove on thru Pendleton to Stanfield. I had made many ...