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Douglas Wood
Attended Zanesville
Lives in Moscow, Idaho
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You may find this interesting - at least as a discussion starter.  I'll be interested in your comments - and those may well lead to new blog posts.
Wow - I had forgotten this blog even existed.  Much has happened in my life since the last post. And that will, undoubtedly, get mentioned.  I hope to make this a creative outlet - based on - well, who knows what?  Maybe some...
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I wish it was more fluid with input. The recognition is great but one must wait for each word to insert before writing another and that is not how I write
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writing on my S3 in portrait mode long words can be a problem . However I find I can write quite quickly and the handwriting recognition is very much better than I expected !
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  • Zanesville
    1968
  • Ohio University
    Interpersonal communication, 1968 - 1972
  • United Theological Seminary
    theology, 1981 - 1984
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Nice, chatty volunteers. Exhibits are not yet all in place, but worth the price of admission. The display is laid out in 3 areas, as you follow the story. Begin at the far end, in the "shore" section. It is there the story behind with the native peoples.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Good service excellent meal
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Smallest rooms I've ever seen in an HIX. Dusty rooms. When I mentioned it to the desk, the answer was, "well, housekeepers are short.". They did help out when I secreted up my reservation.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Adequate food. My steak was a bit overdone, though still tasty. Pricey, but one should be prepared for that here. Excellent service, no reservation needed on a Saturday night at 5.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Good portions. Informal but loud. If you think you will watch seals, think again. They are only visible from the window tables - which were all taken on our arrival at 5 pm on a Tuesday. Still good food and competent service.
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reviewed 2 years ago