Granite Hills Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of the mighty Columbia River, and finally it’s time to cross the bridge back into Washington State. What follows is at least a hundred miles of the most unforgiving desert country we have ever seen. It’s kind of weird driving through the desert on a big highway loaded with cars, RVs and what the locals call sem-eyes (probably to distinguish them from what they call trucks, which are themselves really just huge utes.) ...
... 2hr beginner ski lesson. Of course, we all absolutely ripped it! (LOL) and more importantly LOVED it!
We were treated on Thursday and Friday to fun runs down the mountain and small crowds. Saturday was a different story. It was definitely worth the chilly 5am rise to get to Stevens early and first in line for rental and chairlift. Even though our faces were frozen on the lift up the Daisy run and Wayne's beard was covered in ice, we were happy to get 5 runs in before ...
... organization, responsibility, a huge amount of mental encouragement, and has a secretive hilarious inside that she doesn’t always let show because of her extreme beauty and conservative nature-she’s a true lady and I imagine her blushing as she reads this. Although I didn’t tell anyone except Broeck this, I thought of her as my crew captain. I was relieved when my official crew arrived to meet me at mile 48 and Broeck ...
... training, and enjoy a morning on the Wenatchee River. The kids and I went in a raft with “Buddha” as our guide – a guy Ashley has known almost as long as she’s known me. He’s a funny guy, and skilled with a boat and inquisitive children. He threw both my kids in the water, teaching them not to mess with the boss. Sam went on a kayak, as did Ashley, Bill and Zoey. The river was low, but the rapids were fun ...
... He bandaged it up and strongly recommended that I not do any walking today to give the foot a break for the fnal stretch tomorrow. Maria insisted that since we were walking as a team she would cover the day's stretch on her own - she said, "Dad, I want to do this for you and the dear people you serve". That response from the heart moved this dad to tears of joy.
Having walked the 27 mile ...