The Washington Hotel
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... remember. They have the kids race by age category starting at age 1, then 2 year olds and so on. Parents spared no expense at fancying the trikes and their kids to match - with balloons, streamers, boas and so much more. It was totally hilarious and adorable!
Later that night we invited Daniel to hang out at our little home on wheels and share some of his new music with us. He is a very talented musician and has recently composed new pieces he's readying ...
... in Norway on the back of his pocket watch) . . . and in such a way is history made and legacies left. Volunteering here is big . . . everyone gives some time to those in need. The Rotary Club is particularly big, their main event being a charity auction of mind-boggling proportions ($386k raised last year). This weekend, they took over 6-acres of a school and auctioned / jumbled off all sorts of things, from 2009 Ford Explorers to second-hand books. This has given ...
... a clear weather, fantastic views can be enjoyed. We were hoping to visit the peak, however we were required to have tyre chain in the car because there was 100 inch of snow on the mountain. Due to the snow, we changed our mind of visiting Hurricane Ridge.
Cami slowly awoken, like she had every morning for her routine. She ran her fingers thru her hair and smiled to greet the day. Pulling down the covers and stretching her legs, she tossed the pillow aside. She called out ,"Oliver are you home?" " Yes!" rang out from the other room, like the sound of his normal morning. Cami went to greet the only child she will ever call her own. "Good Morning," she grabbed her morning cup of coffee and the paper. She sat with ...
... the weather was nice, or I expect it would be real nasty here! Fort Wordon is really a neat historic area. It is located right on the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and was built in 1897 along with 2 other forts to create a "triangle of fire" to protect the United States from any invading enemy. At the time, the US feared an attack by a foreign Navy, so ...