Econo Lodge Southeast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... groomer - she's looking quite like a sheepdog, and I'm going to get a pedicure. Oh joy! On the other hand, Greg prefers to maintain the Neanderthal look as his beard gets longer and bushier. Tomorrow he will spend some more time studying his National Ski Patrol first aid manual in preparation for the annual refresher coming up in September just after we ...
... soon they are looking good.
Time to put them back on the rack and check the new bike cover to see it it will fit over all three.
Later on we enjoy the sunset out back.
Further enjoyment is we go have fresh Walla Walla Sweet Onion Rings and Fresh Raspberry Milkshake at Burgerville with a friend. Life is good
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... on fire, which will be pretty sweet, so hopefully in a few days we can be done. We did a little before lunch and main clearing after lunch. So in that sense, it was a boring day, because we didn’t do anything exciting. For dinner, I made myself some scrambled eggs with salmon, which was awesome! Hoping to get some more salmon to make for ...
... farms don’t get along very well either. We have lunch, and let the kids run around through some flower patches, and start exploring the farm itself. There are heaps of pumpkins – and they are much bigger than I’ve seen pumpkins before! We go into a small shed with other animals on display, such as alpacas, which reminds me very much of the Ekka.
From here, we need to decide what to do next. There is the actual ...
I set off early solo to go to post office etc and have walk - met up with I & J later and we got streetcar to edge of Washington Park... Got there and then small hopper bus higher up to the huge Rose testing ground ( phenomenal roses, colours and scents) then walk to Japanese Garden where I parted company with Ian n Jess as they were going further for long trail walk ... I came back downtown to eat and walk around 1st & 2nd ...