Courtyard Tacoma Downtown
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... so glad to see him (and, to be honest, my water bottle). We got home and I saw for the first time the row of new mailboxes (a neighbor had organized the whole thing); they look good. Chloe didn't seem to care that I was home, though she did have a good sniff of my suitcase later on.
I've had a lovely two weeks, and I don't have to go back to work till Thursday (yay!), and I'm happy to be home. On the way back from the airport, John asked where I'd be going next year. Hmmm ...
Drove 50 miles from Kelso to the Mt St Helens National Park to visit Ape Cave.
After hiking the underground cave for 2 miles we then drove the 155 miles to Seattle in 4 hours.
A two stop day so up early to slightly double back on ourselves so we could visit Ape Cave. The cave was discovered in the 50's by a farmer whose tractor fell into them. They originally thought it was a sink hole, however ...
... labelled so it took us a while to find where we needed to go. A friendly local called us a cab as they were usually a shortage in the area and you would have no chance hailing one and said it would come in 10 minutes. We waited and waited... After 20 minutes we gave up and got some instructions from a security guard and took the bus in to Westlake Station in the middle of the city. ...
... surprise she replied immediately and even invited herself along...commence tac wack.
After getting a new guitar, hanging out at some mall and getting Chipotle for lunch (still have the blood stains in my undies) we decided to find a rad spot on the beach to get hammered listen to music and hopefully **** until there was no fluid left in my body. After driving to 3 different beaches and finding them all full of people we decided **** it and opened the bottle of ...
... ten years)
Delhi - Just a place to get to another place. There are pilgrimage/tourist spots, but I've seen most that I care to see.
Varanasi/Sarnath - Sarnath (place where the Buddha first taught) is where I meet Acharya Yeshe Fuchs ngondro group and practice with them for a few days.
Kushinagar (Kushinara) - Location of the Buddha's parinirvana. More ngondro and ...