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Sun begins to come up revealing wheat fields of western Washington The train splits apart in Spokane with part going to Portland and part going to Seattle. I am now in the last car. Here's the view of the sunrise from the rear car! Below is a view of our car when we stopped in Wenatchee, WA Very beautiful and interesting ride through Washington this morning. Lots of orchards around Cashmere and Wenatchee. A young boy and his dad across the aisle are passing by their family ...
... in the Windmill Windup Friday-Sunday so we will be camping out at the tourney. It looks like a ton of fun! Last year they had a big circus tent full of games like foosball, ping pong, a live DJ, and a bar. I think I know where I'll be while Shannon is doing her thing. :) Thanks everyone for following our blog! We hope you enjoy reading and looking through pictures as we journey through Europe! ...
... obscure travel guide from England about the country. I read about British rule, partition and the eventual bloody war in the 70s that gave Bangladesh its independence from Pakistan. I read that it is a majority Muslim country but with secular protection written into the constitution. Muslims, Hindus and Buddhists living in harmony. If only that were true. Religion and power always make things different.
Around this same time, I got word that my retired parents may be traveling ...
... ready for a night out. However, the distance of the hotel from the city put paid to that idea, and so we all agreed to meet up after an hour and a half of prep time, to go into the city and stay out.
At the appointed time, we met up in the lobby and headed out into Seattle on the light rail. The journey took over 45 minutes, but the views of Mt. Rainier were lovely. When we got into the city, we all headed over to Pike Place and watched the ...
The campground is on the McKenzie river do Danielle is ecstatic. Tyler and Matsu love to swim, but Danielle is a severe water-a-holic. She will swim in a swimming pool even if it's only 60 degrees out and the water is cold.
Another GREAT feature of this camp is that it features a 2 acre off-leash dog park for our dog Lick to run free and get in some socialization. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services