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... for Noah's nursery. I picked up a couple of things too, but we didn't stay too long.
Once we got home she prepared the butternut squash for dinner tonight, then sat back and relaxed because Talita's feet were hurting her due to some water retention
When Nick got home from work he showered, sat a few minutes then started doing some house cleaning....what a nice guy. Then he started fixing dinner, I kept trying to offer ...
... its activity of smuggling illegal Chinese immigrants for local labor. Ure and his partner Lawrence "Pirate" Kelly were quite profitable at their smuggling business and played hide-and-seek with the United States Customs Department for years. Ure's own operation at Deception Pass in the late 1880s consisted of Ure and his Native-American wife. Local tradition has it that his wife would camp on the nearbyStrawberry Island (which was visible from the ...
... following the loggers, and hotels and saloons opened up along the Skagit River next to English & Clothiers' store. While poised to grow, river access to the community was stymied by a massive and ancient log jam in the river which prevented large ships from being able to port. Mail carriers instead had to paddle canoes down-stream to nearby Skagit City. The mining activity at nearby Ruby Creek spurred growth for a ...
... I did find several Canadian meat products - black bacon, some sausages, and I added some more wool socks to my wardrobe. The best thing about that Costco was the food court. They of course have the obligatory Hot Dog. But they also offered a "Montreal Smoked Meat Sandwich" and a huge platter of French Fries. Offered either with gravy or ala Poutine (cheese curds). Maybe next time. Now we are waiting for the oil change and then on to ...
... 40 miles from Bellingham.
When we arrived in the office Mr. Tyne explained the American judicial system in general, how he felt about certain things and answered our questions. What was interesting is that Mr. Tyne truly believed in rehabilitation of criminals after being sentenced to a certain amount of time in jail. He told us stories about people who he saw changing in prison and after going to rehabilitation institutes. These people were able ...