Marianna Stoltz House Bed and Breakfast
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... I remember watching the Salmon run with my sister and hiking the falls with Kevin and Dave Halesworth. As I remember these memories, I think of what my life would have been like if I'd never left Florida - how those events would have never happened or shaped my life. And then I wonder how many memories I've prevented by leaving? Those memories of the future are now ghosts that'll never exist. As ...
... movement on this thing. Also, the boards themselves were creaky, cracked, and moved around a bunch. Scary stuff!
Video #1 - Christy braves the bridge! (Loud)
Video #2 - Stuart's turn to cross! (Loud)
Now that we have the first hike out of the way, it's time head back. First we had to climb back up those damn stairs ... ugh! At least back at the entrance there is a little snack shack thing that has ice ...
There were prolonged fellowshipping and discussions at the close of services. Roasted peanuts, unleavened bread and honey and Soboro (a local spicy herbal drink) were served as refreshments.
We said our good byes and expressed our individual and collective appreciation to Mark for sacrificing in many ways to be here with us.
Later in the afternoon, I dropped Mark Mickelson off at the Kotoka International Airport to catch his flight back home to Spokane.
... and melancholy. It has truly been nine months of discovery, unknowns, welcomes, warmth, re-connection,remembrance, comfort, uncertainty, new-ness, affection and fun. There was no hum-drum, daily grind, same-ness or ordinary but more on our reminiscences in the FINAL final Odyssey posts....
...For now we'll focus on that fact that while those we will see in Spokane are ...
... used was their smallest, and the staff is still warming up for the busy upcoming summer activity after a long Rocky Mountain winter.
The Coeur d’Alene Resort is outstanding – and they are treating us like royalty. We are billeted in a lovely 15th floor, two-tiered room with fireplace, overlooking the lake through a huge set of picture windows. Scott and I plan to be on site up to 10 days; Ruth ...