Hilton Garden Inn Tri-Cities/Kennewick
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... horse at Dunrovin, a blue roan named Charger. Phoebe got to ride the sweetest, prettiest pony named Cool Dude, who we got to meet the night before. Once we were saddled up we had an awesome and fun family lesson. Maggie and Sara were friendly and fun and the kids were all naturals - plus I don't think any of them stopped smiling for the entire time they were on the horses. Our faces hurt from smiling so much. It was an amazing morning, one of ...
... families and their use of the Columbia River. Very elegant.
And the newest lighthouse in Washington, the Clover Island Lighthouse.
A trip down to Walla Walla was a bit disappointing....maybe we went to the wrong part of town but we did get a good ...
... in a radically different part of the world. This past semester I completed a World Religions class to prepare for the trip, and learned about many different religions including Buddhism, which is very prevalent in South East Asia, namely Theravada Buddhism.
I hope to learn a lot.
I'm hoping this will be somewhat of a spiritual journey for me, and I pray that the experiences I have over the next few months will help shape me into a better person.
So here we go.
... Then we said our goodbyes and thanked F&C for their overwhelming hospitality and generosity for putting up with all of us for the past five days. Both girls were sad to leave, and when we asked them what they liked the most, they said EVERYTHING. I think they really liked the bumpy wagon rides the most, but they wouldn't admit to it.
It rained off and on until we got to about Sandpoint ID, and we ...
... for lunch, which is a very small town on the way from Spokane to Kennewick, which is where we were headed for the tonight to see some of Ashley's family and her Great Grandmother. Ritzville however, was not that great, they didn't have much in terms of gluten free food, and I got a chicken and rice salad which I thought sounded nice, but when it got there it was really small and weird, and I couldn't eat much of it at all. Although ...