This past weekend was our Anniversary. We have been married for 38 years. We had a two year courtship and so it has been about forty years that we have been together. I saw her in my Junior year of High School and we went out on one date. Wasn't a very good date so I figured I would not see her again. When the Senior year started we started dating. She is the most beautiful girl in the world.
We decided to head to the ocean and spend our anniversary there. On our honeymoon we went to the rain forest and traveled to the ocean. When we got there we could hardly see the ocean due to the fog and the clouds. Thirty eight years later things haven't changed a bit.
We arrived at Seaside and it was cloudy and foggy again. Couldn't see much of the ocean. We went to Ocean Shores and the same thing. Our room was facing the ocean and other than the sound you couldn't tell you were at the ocean. It was fun anyway. We spent time together and had some good food. Normally you go to the ocean and have seafood. We went and I had steak both nights. On the third night I finally had some Copper River Salmon. Amazing food at some amazing restaurants.
On our third night we travelled inland and stayed in Auburn and I was able to go to the Muckleshoot Casino and play in the 4-8 limit game. There were about five to seven tables going. I wanted to play in the 3-6 limit but they only showed that as an interest game and they had the 4-8 games going. They started a new table and I immediately sat down in the nine seat. I played for two hours until the table started to break up and I decided to leave. I was up in $$ anyway and figured I don't do well in short handed games so leaving was not an issue for me. It was almost 11pm anyway and I was getting tired.
I haven't been playing very much so this felt good to be playing again and playing a cash game this size was an experience and I would like to do this on a monthly basis. Maybe go to Northernquest and play in a 3-6 or 4-8 game.
The next day we made our way back home and into the heat of the summer. I was able to see Mt Rainier as well and that made my day.
Now back to the grind.
Have a fun day.....