Liberty Inn DuPont
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... parts of my day but then I think you can just gather what I did through pictures which would be more interesting, but I also forgot to take pictures while hanging with my friend Evan and I never even took a picture of the mod podge activity he made me do, which I guess is reason to have a play by play account style blog, but also may be a reminder to myself to take more pictures. Also, I'm aware that that last big chunk was one sentence ...
... for a great day!
After fighting the rush hour traffic, we all met back at Doug and Wendy’s for dinner.
Friday, we ran a few errands and then drove to the waterfront in Tacoma. On the way we stopped at a produce stand and bought a few things. We then had an early dinner/late lunch at Katie Downs on the water. We then walked around before driving along the water through Point Defiance and Chambers ...
... very glad to see me coming to spring him.
After clearing customs we made our way to the KI Truck repair. The mechanic that was going to look at our camper had an hour lunch first and then struggled with the repair which the owner had already diagnosed as the entire u-bolt and plate on our front driver’s side axel to the camper was gone. The young man tried for an hour to fix it. The owner finally had a more experienced mechanic take over and fix the problem in ...
... becomes a challenge. We learn that the demand for RV locations in and around the city is severely greater than the supply. One RV park owner told me that they turned away about 1,000 potential visitors in the past weeks who were trying to find a spot in August.
I discover the unusual location of the Washington State Fairgrounds in Puyallup. There is a full service RV lot there running year round. The fair doesn't ...
... myself through the small door, (is that a door?!) to the restroom it's like a puzzle to find out where everything is stored.
Overall I had a lovely conversation with an Italian woman living in Portland, visiting back home to spend time with her huge Italian family, and drop off her daughter to start a special school program there (jealous!). Talking with her reminded of me how powerful a ...