La Quinta Inn Olympia - Lacey
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- Swimming pool
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... meetings for that and we have gardens to tend so it's taking somewhat longer than anticipated. However, it is getting done and Mr G assures me that once the poles are up, the rest will go fairly quickly. Of course, he said the poles would be quick, too. I guess we'll just have to ...
... was to a shoppy shop (Janine for nick nack shop) and then the glass museum, where we did the gift shop which was fantastic but enough for us didn't bother with the museum. A few more shoppy shops and then lunch at a cafe called 'over the moon' bohemian restaurant where the toilets had little painted tables and twigs and flowers hanging from the ceilings and really yummy food.....which is getting to be ...
... and a couple of comedic moments in the vows, it was a great ceremony. Italian food for the reception, all of it divine. The bar tender gave me a great tip for a winery in Lacey, which I intend on visiting this Summer. I spent a lot of time at the reception chatting (& dancing!) with my 2nd cousin, Sahara. She is 12 & in 4-H, raising cows, so I wanted to hear all about that. Hoping to see her show at her fair this Summer, as well.
That night, I stayed at a ...
... 5th wheel ready to travel. First up is Portland, Oregon to visit with Scott (US Fish and Wildlife's finest Web Manager) and Nancy, (puts up with Scott). Then down to Florence, Oregon to visit and load aboard Susan's folks and down the coast to Eureka, California to visit my father. From there it is points south and east until we hit the desert and Rocky ...
... on for another night. My aunt booked us another night in the Green room, and we were off. We took the ferry to Fauntleroy, and then drove up to downtown Seattle. We drove around for a bit, checking out the city and driving down by the docks where they had just built a huge new ferris wheel. We found a spot to park, and then headed to the Space Needle. When we arrived, they told us it was an hour and 15 minute wait time...ugh. We decided, what else are we doing, so ...