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... Talk over what your destination state must be. Since the are a multitude of great options to choose from throughout the United states, it could be difficult to select just one single! Try choosing a few you favor and letting your entire family vote on them if it is the simpler option.
Make sure to finish setting up camp during daylight hours. Find a safe spot to park if you're in a RV. Find a piece ...
... located just west of Seattle houses the Islandwood School--my sustainability destination for this stop on the tour. The Islandwood School delivers the 4 days of required outdoor education (Washington State Law) for public school students. As is the case in many urban school districts, the majority of Seattle Public Schools do not have the budget for the required hours and for years schools had ...
... boys stopped to play near the water and throw rocks. We played games like stomping over the troll bridge & counting steps up the trail, as we made our way to the falls. I got to teach Ivan about my new knowledge of spiddle bugs and watch Logan try to climb every fallen tree that he could. =0)
Arriving at the falls, you take a slippery hike down to the water (getting as close as you can, depending on the height of the river.) That day it was low enough ...
... air flow and rubble everywhere. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and also very funny which made the tour interesting.(He looked like Ernest from "Ernest going to Camp, ect!)
That evening the three of us decided to check out an improv comedy show at Unexpected Productions Theater Sports. It is the longest running comedy venue in Seattle, and for good reason. Theater Sports is similar to “Whose Line is it Anyway?" with ...
We landed in Vancouver, Canada after our flight from Tokyo and then drove to Leavenworth east of Seattle in the mountains and met Jeff, Babs, Gretchen and Niko Harder at a cabin in the snow on a lake. Gretchen and Niko had made an amazing welcome to seattle sign. We had a great time catching up with our friends and relaxing. Apart from when we all ran from the cabin hot tub and then rolled around in the ...
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