SpringHill Suites Vancouver Columbia Tech Center
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... the turnoff is really easy to miss, but we find ourselves in the small town of Latourell and stop for lunch. It’s nice and sheltered, and the kids have a great time running around in the park. The boys dash off to see the trains go past on the main line nearby, but thankfully Colin runs after them to supervise. The girls are playing with little dolls – it’s great to see them getting along so well!
... times they have more knowledge than we do. Those are referred to a "fish guy or gal". Smart Alecks.
We have had a lot of visitors since Labor Day. Most are locals, some are from the mid west and eastern United States. Most arrive by private vehicle, some in RV's, and some on tour busses. We even had three Buddhist Monks from Tibet visit a few days ago. Many Mennonites live in Oregon and Washington. Their distinguished dress is a dead give away to their presence. The ...
So where do we go from here. ! Feels like forever ago I wrote my last tale. ( hope you appreciate the perfect use of the English language in that last sentence. ) So I left the hostel and hiked to the Japanese garden. It was a beautiful experience and loved the included walking tour. I enjoyed my time there and then head to the rose garden. It was a little let down as its still too early ! Nothing really had bloomed yet. So come back in a month and a half and it ...
... when a catastrophic event is literally still happening. It's one thing to have a trip planned, interupted, and still want to go. It's another to actively plan a trip at a time of disaster.. and then be hunting for a 'deal' at the same time.
I'm sure the 'dealers' are very happy with what they can get, though! While those of us who are not deal-shoppers don't 'get it', for many people, getting the deal is the most fun part.
Sat 23rd June cont.
The only visitor centre we could find was in Fort Vancouver National Park. So we went into the bookshop and they could only sell us a map, as Washington State doesn't give away free state maps., We managed to find a small one in the back of a magazine, so that will have to do. As it was still open for half an hour, we wandered down to the fort (another British Fort) and had a quick look around before ...