Rodeway Inn Midtown
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Today we were back to Kirkland in order to attend some tours. We were not allowed any pictures because Kirkland is an active USAF base, and they get rather annoyed if you do. We went to the ATC tower first and had a look at how they operate with military and commercial aircraft. It was a fairly quiet time so there wasn't much activity at the airport. Looking at what these guys do gives you a different perspective of aviation and how there would not be any flying ...
This morning we got up to find Bryan in the throws of an ugly episode of "HANGRY." I'm not sure if anyone else has a loved one with this debilitating disease but if you do, my prayers are with you. Let me first start by explaining what "HANGRY" is: it is a state of being sooooo Hungry that one becomes ANGRY thus HANGRY results. Some of the symptoms of Hangry are the following: light headedness, ...
... streets and around the square. We also
had a look at souvenir stores as well as the five and dime. I went
and had a look at the Loretto church – a church that has these
weird stairs. I had a look around the church , then went to the
meeting point. We had to wait for the bus, it was very late, but it
did arrive, we got on, then we had to go to the horse riding center
to pick up the horse riding people, before we had a 1hr drive to ...
... enchiladas and so did my mother. We love our cheese enchiladas; I’ve tried many Tex-Mex dishes over the years and found that cheese enchiladas are my favorite. We also got a beef tamale to share. My father had the chile verde plate (pork in a tomatillo sauce) which was good. They didn’t have any desserts I wanted so I bought a cinnamon and a chocolate tortilla from the street side booth for $1. There are 2 tortilla booths--one at each end of the restaurant. While ...
... to share these wonderful people, my family, with my daughter. To walk into a room and see my grandpa kneeling down helping Kaitlyn with her shoes, to watch her run and hug her great-grandma. To pass on this relationship I have to her and watch it grow on its own.
If for no other reason, this trip will be worth every exhausting day that we may spend, every mile that we drive, every flat tire and detour, just to have spent this one week with them.