Hampton Inn Richland / Tri-Cities
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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!
Ii had a great time with Marti and David. We did some touristy things in Coopville. Made home made noodles a couple of times. Hosted a block party. Even had a couple of blue sky days. Headed over to Jane's. Unfortunately there were no Dungeness Crabs to be had on Whidby Island so no crab ...
... 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 ...
... there's way too many Indians there' and I just looked at him for a second and he clarified with 'too many Punjabi's) Interesting!) We finally found a great campground, one that we have been to before, but this time we are in the regular sites, with all the facilities, not the overflow...with nothing. Once we set up the RV, we turned on the air conditioning and went for a swim in an estuary of the Columbia River, in a place called.....Rufus! ...
... the floor for a very shy man named Troy and started chanting his name to try and get him to dance and he started break dancing on the floor. The whole crowd started cheering and then we all joined him. It was a great reminder of what this summer is about and how meaningful every mile on the bike is. Thank you Troy, and everyone else at the arc of the Tri Cities for a great time ...