GuestHouse Inn & Suites Elma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... things extra tough by chewing the wiring harness in a fit of *******ry. And for the record, I blame him 100% for Michael's pulled muscle. Despite all of that, Boyfriend put on his usual 1,000 watt smile and did an exceptional job
It's official guys. We're GOING to Europe. Ok, I hesitate to say "official" as we're still sitting on a friend's couch in Washington State. But official in the sense that so far I haven't died, or ...
... 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 ...
... Canadian Customs. After the Customs Agent determined that I am Canadian, his next question was about where I was riding from. When I told him Toronto he excitedly replied, "now that's impressive". Then he walked around, somewhat skeptical, to verify that I had Ontario plates. Then he asked, "any liquor, smokes or firearms". I replied, "no". Then gesturing with his arms, he said with a hearty, sincere, enthusiastic, "Welcome home"! I could not have felt ...
... and twards the "2 or more players, play against each other, and there is at least one winner" OR a "Go Fish" type game where you win at least a minimum prize (truth being the odds of winning anything BUT the minimum prize is probably 1 chance in however many fish are in the pond.
Ok… I can understand the rusty tractor sitting outside the restaurant, because that’s the name of the place, “The Rusty Tractor”. But what’s with the jello molds on the wall?
Usually when we go to the coast, this is where we stop to eat, and today was no different. It sure was busy though! In hindsight, all the cars and ...