Granite Hills Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... to work making sure my every need was met. She loves instructions so, the night before the race, when I gave her a typed out list of things to specifically do for and ask me she was very happy. For example, one instruction was don’t let me stay longer than 5-10 minutes in aid stations. I was surprised when I met her at the mile 48 aid station and she said "You’ve been here 5 minutes now" as she looked at her watch and got me out of there. ...
... at a cabin Ashley had booked for us. Ashley (like a saint) was driving all 4 kids to Leavenworth after their day in Seattle. When we got to Leavenworth, I was delighted to see just how Bavarian they had made the town to attract more tourists who might need more than nature’s bounty to motivate them to spend a few days in this area east of Seattle. There are lederhosen-wearing musicians in the town square at all hours of the day ...
... staying is right on a river. So we head down to the river where there’s a little engineering project that has been going on for years. The camp host had told us that there’s an engineer from Boeing that comes often and spends time in the river stacking stones. He has taught many of the children the art of balancing rocks. It's reallly neat to ...
... 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 ...