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Larry and I had an opportunity to create explosions representing an explosion that took place during a Civil War reenactment of the the Battle of Petersburg at a farm in Chehalis, Washington, July 12/13 2014 called "The Battle at Chehalis" .
During the event we ...
... itself, I not only get to see a precious part of the world, but I get to see it with the most precious part of my world (right? I know. Like, super cheesy. But for real). Everything is made so much better by the fact that I get to hold his hand and drag him around in awe. Poor Michael :) I'm not even going to be able to contain, nor control, my awe-stricken-ness. I picture a lot of mouth-open awkward gawking in the skyward direction. ...
... do -- and oh my gawd is it long -- instead of being overwhelmed, I feel excited. Every day the house grows more sparse. Michael's sister is coming over for the Sounders game on the 17th of May; so eager to show her the whole Sounders experience! Which, for a 7 p.m. match, is as follows:
- Breakfast at Hawk's Prairie (Mimosas are an absolute must)
- A stop near Ft. Lewis for smoke bombs
- Seattle for ...
Left Swinomish Casino and RV in Anacortes, Wa. We have a 3+ hour drive to the Chelalis Thousand Trails. We drive through Seattle and Tacoma Washington. Driving through Seattle we again get to see the Space Needle. The day is gloomy, rainy, but surprisingly a little humid. Apparently humidity is quite unusual for this area. We have been lucky so far that we have experienced very little rain in Washington State. The traffic was a little heavier than ...
... lumber was a huge industry. It is still there, but not to the degree it once was. As we emerged from the foothills into the valley we were greeted with our first view (this trip) of Mount Rainier. We continued into Chehalis where Lea had lunch ready for us at the City park. The temperature was warm (mid 70s) and some local kids were having a squirt gun fight, while many other people enjoyed "Saturday in the Park" (anyone ...