Peppermill Empress Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... m a REAL artist. But the truth is I don't want to miss a thing, and I want the rainbow at my fingertips. I don't want to be caught in a spot where I can't capture a moment because I have to spend too much time blending.
So, I guess what I'm saying is there's one less pair of shoes and a few excess tubes of paint. A dress less, but two dozen colored pencils more.
Here we go, guys! This adventure begins in, like, a NEW YORK MINUTE!
... screaming all the way down, although I'm sure Daddy loved it just as much. What was really impressive was the staff coverage. Lifeguards everywhere, you never felt the kids were in trouble. Like robots patrolling their quadrant, these kids were very unobtrusive but saw everything. All in all we were very impressed with how easy our stay was here. Blaine especially loved story time which involved an animatronic musical and a ...
... here with Darren whom we caught up with just before dinner. The cuzzes were all pumped to see each other like it had been years since they had! I also got some intel of some would-be plum thieves. Think we might turn that bomb shelter room into a holding cell for fruit felons. After a very long day, a late supper and a family scrub down we all hit the sack excited for a day of sliding and games ...
... too excited. So, we just went home an hung our for the hour and a half I had left before I had to return for my last shift. I am tired, I started feeling it on the drive in. Thinking I would hit that wall (the tired wall) early tonight. It happened around midnight, then again around 2 am. I have had 1 liter of Tea, 3 cups of coffee with real sugar and sweet cream creamer, and another caffeine source. The coffee is starting to kick in now. I think I may get my other liter of Tea ...
... where we had parked and a nice ride. We rode into Tenino where the trail does parallel a road with the sound of passing cars and trucks present but with the green buffer I didn't find it an annoyance. The trail is in good shape and runs along the shore of McIntosh Lake part of the way. It was a nice mix of very gentle ups and downs, sun and shade and wildflowers along the ...