Red Lion Inn & Suites Kent
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
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... other locals.
Soon enough the doors opened and I immersed Seb in his first
Roller Derby game. The world of Roller Derby is an interesting one, both for
its participants and its audience. I don’t think many people would consider it
mainstream, but it has its own league in the states, and plenty of people to
make up several local teams. I love so many things about it: the often hilarious
stage names the players take, the fact that it’s ...
... the unit is massive. Denis figures 40-45 feet, Class A. Another neighbour came over as he was settling in and said I don't even want to ask what something like that might cost. The neighbour freely told him around $300,000 and then when asked how long he's had it, the neighbour said 8 hours and he's still getting used to the size. Think he said he'd traded in a 35 foot. We certainly are small in comparison.
Early start to the airport for the flight to Seattle. The freeway was very busy at 8.00, but had a lovely sunny morning to enjoy the scenery( I did), I think Nev was concentrating on the driving..
Flight is at11.55.
Carry on luggage, people were taking 2 or 3 bags for free, it is $25 for each checked bag. A lot more than you are allowed back home!
We left at 12.30 and arrived in sunny Seattle at our ...
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... coffee and the lady was very friendly to me. She told me of a campsite nearby and I decided to call it a day. I walked through the entire town in 10 minutes and found a campground. Children pointed me out to their parents as I walked the streets, any outsiders really stick out in a town so small. I set up camp, made a fire and sat down exhausted. A police officer approached me, not really seeming suspicious but purely perplexed as to what I was doing in Floodwood. After ...