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... can I say?
After a great visit with Rich, I retired to the coach and got caught up on my email and such. Lynn joined Lisa in the hot tub where they got caught up.
Our plan for today, Tuesday, was go pick the rarely elusive blackberries. We drove to our usual spot and hoped to catch the folks there at home. They were not, but we did leave a jar of our famous raspberry jam and a note. Hopefully ...
... before it closed. We thought we made it but we walked in and the girls who worked there told us they were already closed. I was pretty ticked off about it. But, as it turns out, that wasn't the original Starbucks anyway. They were however the first "leaf" certified Starbucks. At least that's what the people in the ACTUAL first Starbucks said. I told them that the Leaf verified Starbucks was just pandering ...
... see any. We had hookups with electricity and water.
8. Illecillewaet Campground, Glacier National Park, Canada. The campground is named for the nearby Illecillewaet Glacier in the Selkirks of Canada near Roger's Pass. The site of Glacier House build by the railroad is near this site and makes for a fun exploration. The sties tend to be small but there is good privacy with all the trees. ...
... Looking forward to this race, because the weather is nice up this way and the scenery is as awesome as I remember it.......going to stay and rent a car like we did last year and go to Mt. Ranier and to a minor league game on mon. (and take Marge out for her birthday dinner), and then tues head to Seattle, and look around. Until next week everybody stay safe and will CYA down the ...
Written by Kenny
It's been a long time without an entry, hasn't it? Daddy and Rebecca are putting us to shame in the blogging category. Also, they're in Ireland and we're not, but we try not to hold that against them. Anyway, because it's been a week, this is going to be a long entry, so grab yourself a Red Hook and settle in.
We last left our intrepid explorers in Yellowstone. People had described Yellowstone to me before, especially the experience of ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed