Auburn GuestHouse Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... are a couple of overly rambunctious toddlers that doesn't bode well for a quiet flight. I am glad that for the first time ever, I brought earplugs to help smooth out the rough spots that the drugs can't do. The one thing I hadn't counted on was the lady a few seats away talking to her carry-on luggage. Sure enough, just as the doors were closing, I see her walking down the aisle. Stopping at my row and pointing to ...
... Burlington, our home store for camping supplies, and got a few items. Soon we were at the border and ready to cross with Jed for the first time. We choose the truck crossing on Pacific Highway as the wait times were shorter, not that it matters much with NEXUS. We were happy that RVs are were allowed in the NEXUS lanes. We only had to wait for one vehicle and at the booth the agent looked at our ...
... hall with ceilings that must had been three stories tall plus the student union building that had a food court that would put any Australian shopping centre to shame. We wandered through the Universities library which had three floors and was big enough that it required signs for assistance if you got lost. We both relived our study years when we snuck into a lecture on Greek architecture in a lecture hall that was big enough to house an army. I fell asleep within the first ...
... in the 1980s. It's great fun!
And then there's the food: in no particular order, Custom-cut Prime Rib, Clam Chowder made from wild clams dug by our hosts, Columbia River Salmon, ala Jack Cohn, aka "Dead Jack's Salmon" here in Washington and the list goes on. Lots of goodies for desserts and snacking help to make up for the walks...
Today Lisa and Lynn hit the sales early and saved enough to use ...
... Seattlites might do.
It was a slower trip than average with the windshield icing up and temperature staying about the same as when we had left Helena…in the teens. We made it without any significant "white knuckle" disorder present in yours truly's digits.
Our guests welcomed us very well and we had a great bed. Lynn and our godson Daniel made cookies, as planned by his request. Our friend Mikey and I were in charge ...