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... museum was a bit more hands on. You got to walk around quite a few locomotives and steam engines that are now out of service. It is a good opportunity to see the inside of the locomotives and see first hand a bit of the older trains. Overall, I think this is a good getaway from the city, but really not a must do and there are better scenic railways in the ...
... going to be a huge thing for me.
So. Here we are. 6 hours before we leave for our flight (sssssiiiiixxxxxxx!!!). I just can't believe that we've gone from months (and months!), to weeks, to days, and now to HOURS. HOURS! OW-hhhhhERRRSS!
Our bags are packed. Like, PACK-packed. I venture to posit that NO ONE packs more efficiently than an excited girl on her first trip to Europe. We're doing two, dimentionally- ...
... irritating end to the day. Andy was the driving champ today, doing all the driving, and getting us in to our hotel (the early stop) in Lakewood around 8 (we had estimated we would be there around 5:30). By this time, we were all starving and stir crazy. Luckily, there was a fenced in dog run at the hotel so Pippi was able to work off some of her frustration.
My frustration, though, was ...
... things I thought really funny was that the locals at Safeway already know Claire. She has made friends. They do not know how to check an English Identification to buy alcohol and she is 37 years old. They had to call the store manager to look at the ID. Orting is a very isolated place in between two mountains in a valley that does not get a lot of diversity, so Claire is pretty much the only English person that has ever been here.
... hard to get. I did not need a letter of invitation for it. I did not need a letter of invitation for Kazakhstan, Kyrygstan either and they were quite simple to get. It was just a repetitive process of getting forms printed off, pictures taken, iteneraries submitted, cashiers checks from banks, self adressed envelopes from the post office. It was not so hard to do these, but just really repetive and time ...