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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I will post it and send out another invitation to view.
As for now, this is a "place holder" to remind me I need to finish the project.
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... two "personal" carry-ons; so, basically, backpacks. Michael's luggage bag is packed so thoroughly that I HOPE TO GOD no one opens it. I don't know how anyone would ever get it shut again. It's not that he has more clothes, it's more that his shoes are so much bigger! They take up a crazy amount of room. But not to worry.I made sure to maximize the negtive space of the shoes with other things! We each have a backpack as well. Initially I had ...
... then, I am trying my hardest to leave the house looking somewhat hospitable. A sterile and institution-y home is definitely not conducive to fun. Although, it does leave a lot of room for activities. So badly do I want to empty this house and be done with it. Once she heads back home, I suspect it will take one short day of fastidious packing to finally button this place up.
And then the adventure builds!
... trust the process. So, off to Peru I go!
I'm currently flying home from Kentucky where I have been working for the past 10 days. I will arrive in Seattle early this evening, pick up my car and immediately start working on my last minute list of things to do. Laundry will be first, emptying my suitcase and backpack, a bit of reorganizing and then the repacking will begin. ...
On a Sunday morning, May 18, 1980, Mount St Helens erupted, causing the largest landslide in recorded history. Winds of hurricane force, fire, heat, and debris swept down the Toutle River Valley and left a barren, gray landscape behind. After 32 years, the landscape is turning green again with bright wildflowers growing in the ash and mud and seedlings are reaching up as the area slowly recovers over time.