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Monthly Archives: January 2011

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Day 349: Columbia Tech Center Amphitheater and Park

Day 349 of 365… Previously I’ve shared about the walking trails throughout Columbia Tech Center but I’ve not shared the hidden treasure of the 12 acre park and amphitheater at Columbia Tech Center. Tucked between Columbia Ridge Elementary School and the Riverview Bank building you’ll

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Day 348: Bikram Hot Yoga in Vancouver, WA

Day 348 of 365… Many months ago I discovered a new business in the Fishers Landing area. The business intrigued me and I said sometime I’d experience it so I could share with all of you. Well, it’s taken many months but tonight I decided

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Day 347: Thai Lotus Restaurant

Day 347 of 365… Tonight I received a call from my friend Chris Hill asking if I’d like to grab a bite to eat. He suggested one of his favorite Thai places. It’s a place I’ve heard other great things about and been wanting to

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Day 344: Julia Bakery

Day 344 of 365… As you walk in the door your sense of smell is bombarded with the most fabulous aroma… The smell of fresh baked bread welcomes you in… Ahhh, this is Julia Bakery. According to the sign out front they are “Vancouver’s First

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Day 343: By The Bottle and The Tap Room

Day 343 of 365… Attention beer lovers! You need to explore By The Bottle and The Tap Room if you haven’t already done so! I personally do not like any form of beer, but for all my friends who do, this place is like Disneyland

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Day 342: Clark College Jazz Festival

Day 342 of 365… This coming weekend is the 49th Annual Clark College Jazz Festival and it’s an event not to miss. You have the opportunity to see over 60 high school vocal and instrumental jazz ensembles who are among the best of the best.

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Day 341: Natalia’s Cafe in Camas, WA

Day 341 of 365… Since today was National Pie Day I figured I should hunt down some fresh baked pie somewhere in Clark County. I happened to be out in Camas and stopped in at Natalia’s Cafe to check it out. I’ve heard good things