Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Lacey
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- Indoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... can't wait to see you guys again soon. Everyone talks about the traffic around Seattle but we weren't expecting anything like what we experienced on our way to Edmonds on the other side of the city. Things weren't helped with an unscheduled pit stop adding an hour to get back on the freeway. After such a long drive it was nice to arrive to a warm welcome at Uncle Allan, Aunty Debra and Cousin Mitchell's place for another relaxing evening catching up. ...
... at Ken & Krys' house. We unloaded what Dave and Ann needed into their room, and went next door to Perkin's for dinner. This took much longer than we anticipated, and it was about 8:20 PM when Lea, Gayle, and Norma headed off for Pocatello. Through a series of events (that we won't detail here), it ended up that they came back and got a room at the motel. So we all went to bed and looked forward to starting the ride tomorrow!
... couldn’t fit into our 5th. wheel RV or the 5x8 covered storage trailer we purchased was either sold, given to friends or donated to good causes.
“Just do it until you no longer want to and then do something else.”
You never know when a simple word or act will profoundly influence another person. My oldest brother doesn't ...
... all go to the movies to see The Croods, which was adorable and we surprisingly made it on time! In the evening, I joined Blair & Sada at a BBQ at Blair's brother's house. I had a fun time hanging out and getting to know some of their friends. And that is all I will relay about that evening =D
Now, my last day in Washington. I did not have to leave for Seattle until about 3:30/4, so I had most of the day to do something. After taking John T to the airport, my ...
... fallen and resulted in the much colder temperatures we were experiencing.
As we neared Eatonville I had begun to feel some sharp and painful pressure building in my small toes and the thought of still attempting to walk as far as Elbe or even beyond Eatonville became less of an option. A shared decision was made to end the walk in Eatonville and preserve joints and toes by driving the ...