Howard Johnson Inn & Suites Vancouver/By Vancouver Mall
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... the local Shari's restaurant.
During the event, everyone in attendance took a balloon outside and Ryan read a poem that his mother had written upon the death of her Grandpa Sampson. At the end of the poem, we had a moment of silence in memory of Jannie and then released the balloons. There was a photographer there that captured the flight of the balloons as they rose over the building. I see the word "Mom" in the ...
... mind-numbingly putrid Mickey Mouse Junior TV and ultra-violent adult TV. How that show was so popular I'll never understand. Anyway, we're hoping that Henry tires of it and goes down to sleep at a decent hour. That's a big issue when you share a hotel room. Adults generally don't go to bed at 8:00pm. We have important things to do like drink wine and recap the day. Tomorrow we are checking out Mississippi Avenue and it's mix of dodginess and ...
... up another ride share, her name, Victoria. The car was already loaded to the brim, but another game of Car Tetris this time was played, and won. We hit the road to San Francisco ! We had numerous stops along the way refueling and stretching the legs. It all ran pretty smoothly, beautiful sun shining in the sky. Listening to Beatles albums. ( Dylan's favorite. ) Must have gone through their entire discography :) It was nearing 8 and we arrived in ...
... the rain let up (he claims this was for me but behind is manly facade I think he was a little uneasy as well). Once the rain let up, we continued on our way. I swear I felt I was on the Backlot Tour in Disney when they simulate a flood!
An hour later…and we were pulling up to our apartment complex. Everything seemed familiar since we visited only a few months ...
... working for me. So while it's easy, it does take time.
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