Clark House on Hayden Lake
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... congregation. This group of Christ centered loving people continue to give her support and love since her husband passed away last June.
Now for the big question:
Does walking in the sun on a crisp 33 degree Elk afternoon count for getting the vitamin D needed when not one part of my body is actually getting sun except for my chin, cheeks and nose? Well,,,, what do you think?
Good thing I fly to New Zealand in February. I hear it's summer there in February...
... and although the border agent stated he would never live in Alaska again because of Fairbanks, he still gave the pup a bone which was pretty cool! The drive to Spokane Valley was not eventful and seemed very long even though it was supposed to be three hours away. Maybe we were just tired or the time changes but that seemed like such a long ride! Nothing to look at really! We entered ...
After our round of golf in Missoula, we drove through the forests and mountainous hills of Montana. We were given confirmation of our progression west when we saw a sign welcoming us to Idaho and immediately after, another sign informing us we were crossing over into another time zone. Just like that, after crossing an imaginary line of time travel, we gained an hour onto ...
... to drop over the edge signaling the end of another day.
I'll be checking back with you in a few days, since we plan to head out for our belated trip south. We'll meet Lisa, our daughter, and her gang at the Grand Canyon in early April. From there on we'll travel southerly deeper into AZ with them and the two of us alone for a few weeks. What transpires, you know soon after we. Thanks for checking in...
... 12 miles. Then halfway through I got my special needs bag and got my water bottle full of Generation UCan and more endurolytes. I'd packed peanut butter pretzels, but I just didn't need solid food. The bottle was clutch, and I know that having that quick starch helped me a lot and was probably the reason I never needed a gel or any other food on the run. I continued rationing the tablets. I saw Clark twice during the turnaround in town, stopping once for a kiss of course!