Monthly Archives: August 2021

Tuesday Tunes Day

Now, we’re into the transportation grouping of bands. There are only a couple of songs by Train that I know. You probably know more. Which one is your favorite?

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Monday Morsel

What do you get when an amazing culinary team puts a modern twist on an 1800ʔ1900̓s railway menu? An evening ride to remember with good friends! First course at the Snoqualmie Train Depot, barbeque chicken, vegetables, pickle and sauce. Once … Continue reading

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Sunday Snapshot

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Caturday

Should I worry? I think I’ll worry. That’s too calm for him, Too still to be Innocent, Never mind the time he spent Gazing at the ‘How To… Murder’ books…

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Friday Fast One

Thanks to Main Street Books, my weekend is ‘mysteriously’ booked.

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Thankful Thursday

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Wednesday Waters

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Tuesday Tunes Day

(Squint – they’re there.) The only reason I know a few more songs by The Byrds is because my uncles listened to them all of the time. Granted, some of their songs are certainly timeless. Which ones are your favorites?

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Monday Morsel

The second half of the culinary journey was as enjoyable as the first. From the ocean, we ‘journeyed’ to the woods for a camping trip. A personal Hibachi grill, steak and eggs, with deconstructed hash. The one thing missing (happily!) … Continue reading

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Sunday Snapshot

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