Angelica's Mansion Bed and Breakfast
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... head when the keys to my new 7-passenger minivan were placed in my hand. Yes, there's a photo to memorialize the occasion. We stepped out of the airport and into a humidity-free zone!!! OMG...absolutely wonderful and a tad chilly in the shade. A great start to the trip! We are staying in Spokane Valley just on the outskirts ...
... tonight. So, no worries. You won't be missing anything by this little hiccup. Now, grab your tea (or coffee), sit back, and enjoy the next edition of our adventure thus far.
After about 6 hours in the car we finally made it to our next stop on this trip. Spokane, Washington! We have reconnected with another fellow Yellowstoner who was kind enough to let us crash at her place for the night. Even made a new friend (a friend of ...
The Swinging Bridge
This trail was a bit longer with a few more ups and downs. Eventually we got to the swinging bridge and it was basically a slim wooden bridge that traversed the water about 50ft or so above. It was supported by lots of rope and steel cables so it looked pretty sturdy.
For the record, they only recommend a couple of people at a time on it. Two adults and a kid or two seemed fine. In ...
... in the UK, and still had a 5 1/2 hour flight to go to reach Seattle. We knew there was no free meal, so decided we might as well buy something at the airport and call it dinner. Dan found a pizza place, and I had a reliable Southwest salad from McDonald's.
Home was seeming closer all the time, but any excitement at heading there was balanced by growing exhaustion. The Alaska flight was full, but the captain and crew were great, with obviously cheerful ...
Jon picked me up at 10:30pm and took me to the little nest he'd made for me in his basement. Gina was fast asleep as she'd been working long hours in their pizza restaurants. I never got to visit these last time, though Janet did, but Jon took me on a little tour of one which they've just spent a lot of effort and expense remodelling.
But most ...