Auburn Travelodge Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... men and marriage
Also having more frequent old flashes of feeling like I don’t
belong, am not skilled or grown up enough for “normal” society with all the
power. Even here in Ballard. I think
this is probably a normal exacerbation of old feelings because I am on the verge
of a move which causes ripples inner and outer, of reaction to separating from
the known… echoes of developmental milestones such as weaning, ...
... sightings as we spied three deer on the roadside as we approached the Hood Canal Bridge. I was leary of this bridge because of the weather but the weather wasn't horrific by the time we got there. The Tacoma Narrows Bridge, though, was pretty windy. Highway 101 to 104 to 3 to 16 to I-5 to 18 to 164.
Crib - 3 nothing for me -- much better start than our last trip.... of course, Denis might claim diminished capacity being sick and all....
... hit the nearby Costco and wherever else needs to be checked out. Dog walking and such will round out the day also filled with reading, email and such. I'm sure that you get the idea. Picture wise, I've only taken a few with my phone, which I've posted, with updates, on Facebook. Otherwise, the "good camera" rests.
That's about it for now. If you have any questions or such, give a call, text or an email. Love from ...
... Sonja, Aurora, Emily and Jordan all came which made it so nice to see everyone. Saturday night was the 2nd annual Hugo Christmas Party! Ugly sweaters, Christmas Vacation and gift exchange were included. I ended up winning a snowman cookie jar filled with candy, and a bobble head of a hockey player from a Thunderbird's game they all attended. When I accidentally left it at the Hugo's, Danny reminds me of how I left him there and I get photo updates ...
... ve experienced it, you can relate. On the Columbia River, near Vantage, the weather was fine. On top of the hill at the Rest Area, the name of which escapes me, again, you could barely see a hundred yards. Fortunately there was no snow on the highway.
By the time we were ascending Snoqualmie Pass, we were engulfed in the lovely "mist." This is interesting enough, but add to the mix, four or so lanes of holiday traffic, ...