Blossom's Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... following old highway number 10 (the back roads) to Ellensburg, where we re-joined the highway. From there we crossed the Columba River and stopped at the Wild Horse Memorial. The view from was spectacular.
We continued driving East, leaving Washington State, entering Idaho and then the State of Montanna, staying the night in the city of ...
... later and you can take a left down Broadway. Tiny town, 800 or so people, old residential houses and old commercial businesses. Gem Mountain is where we stopped. The people were nice and we looked around for a quick moment inside at the tons of jewelry and fossils; sterling silver and sapphires were the most used; ammonites, nautiluses and fossilized shark's teeth were everywhere.
But we headed out to the garage area (once the building was a Ford dealership), and ...
... the others from the class. I met up with a couple there who were originally from PCC as well. Before leaving the class prayed for me. Was so touched by that gesture.
Once I arrived in Missoula MT I freshened up and met up at a cafe with a man who had served in Mosul just prior to when my brother had been there. He leads a ministry/NGO and still serves in reserves. Over coffee we got to share our ministries and stories. I got ...
... t. In the end I had to pay it and then try to claim a refund from Cartrawler. Someone is getting a strongly worded email.
The car is ******* terrible. Like really ******* terrible, it’s some dog **** Nissan Sentra or some *****, it has no power (17 bhp) and virtually no features, I should be thankful it has 4 wheels and seats I guess.
No more swearing now because as soon as we got in the car everything was fine. The ...
... headed South to Route 12 to drive the Lolo Pass byway. The Pass was traveled by Lewis and Clark in 1804 on their way to reach the Pacific. It is beautiful. Lots of Lodge Pole Pines and boulders along the way. Most of the drive follows the Lolo River. We drove about 50 miles to the summit, but plan on making the ...