So, do you remember several weeks ago when I took a little trip?
Well, it was a very important trip.
I had to do really BIG things there. Like iron.
So, its a good thing they left me some snacks. Cuz, well, I dont iron. So, I needed to work up to that.
But, all in all, I think the ironing thing went pretty well.
Our suitcases ended up being quite difficult to roll around. Mainly because when we were on our trip they were just finishing up from some kinda fluke ice storm. But also because there was salt everywhere.
I have to say tho, the place we stayed in really watched out for us. They had this all nicely prepared for us so that we could get our suitcases back in working order.
Okay, so anyway...after I got done ironing I had to do something HUGE. (But wait,I had to take one last long look at my sweet husband. Doesnt he look good?)
And then I had to drop him off here. He had a job interview after all. And for some reason, they said I couldnt hang out with them.
So, I kissed him good bye and got in my rental car, that was equipped with a lovely GPS, (that I borrowed from my ma) and I headed out to explore.
But first? Breakfast. Hot tea and a very yummy bagel.
I drove all over the town, just looking around, checking things out. I stopped at one place and decided I needed to park behind this guy. Cmon, if you see a truck loaded with straw....doesnt that just make you feel happy?
And then another time I saw this. If I had been feeling homesick this would have done the trick. I felt so close to that train.
They have a really great river there. Its called the Columbia River. I hear its very mighty.
And altho it happened to be very foggy that day....it was still very, very beautiful.
But, even HUGER, are the size of the tumbleweeds they have there.
I dont mind tumbleweeds. I mean, I dont think I do. Ive never really been around a tumbleweed. Ill find out soon enough tho, if they will become friend or foe...Since were moving there and all!!!!!
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