Clover Island Inn Kennewick
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... consistently, which reminds me of Language School! That will be my song and dance, best of intentions to study Italian but life gets in the way so I will be back in kindergarten no doubt but I will still enjoy learning the same things over again! After 50 isn't everything new again?
Off to continue my packing. See you all later!
... 52 sets of male and female strangers, and gave them a set of 36 questions that range from simple... such as "Given the choice of anyone in the world,whom would you want as a dinner guest" to somebody's deepest wishes and relationship with their parents.
Justin and I are already in love with each other, we haven't killed each other on this month long road trip, so we didn't do the questionnaire with the intention of falling in love with each other, we were ...
... or vegetables...seems he was surprised that we said no. But we made it through in about 5 minutes, which is great! Now, back to the scenery...the road is a twisty, turny one. It would probably be great on a motorcycle,. At least that is what Ron keeps saying! We are in between two mountain ranges, following a river valley that is lush and green. Later that same day...we are trying to put a few more miles behind us by travelling on interstates ...
... up we all went to the corral for our family riding lesson. Phoebe, Claire and Oriah (as well as Carrie and myself) were in heaven! Instructors Sara and Maggie were there to show us the reins (see what I did there ;) and teach us the basics. I rode on a horse named Rocket (ironic because he liked to mosey around - which was fine by me) an Carrie rode on Monty. Oriah's beautiful horse is named Chief (he liked to lead) and Claire got to ride on ...
... vigor, as they may have said back in the "Dark Ages" of my youth.
Oh, did I mention she's located in Kennewick, Washington?? No problem, we can leave on Saturday, says Lynn. That's my birthday, I say, but we have no set plans, so I agree. She's so dang cute, who wouldn't?
Eight hours later, including only a single half-hour period of sheer terror in a MTDOT snowplow-induced white out, here we are at the Blue Dog RV ...