Meritage Meadows Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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... finding the small group of kids his own age at Oshkosh, and then the game of tag that then went on for the next 3 hours
... for the van with Kay, Sean and Cocoa, but I never spotted them.
I contacted Boise Radio, the Flight Service organization that keeps track of planes and their flight plans, as well as providing us weather information. When I told them that I had just left Sandpoint, they asked if I had seen a particular Mooney at the field. Knowing that Alex had a bit of a Mooney fixation throughout the trip (whenever he would see one of ...
... in how I handle setting our destinations. Unlike Sean, Alex has little or no drive to go any particular place. Right now, the best I can come up with is maybe taking in a baseball game at Fenway Park in Boston, or Wrigley Field in Chicago.
I have promised myself to take more time on the trip to relax and read, so perhaps I will actually be able to get through some of the travel books I targeted on the trip with Sean. I spent a lot of time writing my blog and editing photos, and ...
... and was awoken to Maya laughing at me. She then fell asleep herself. Lots of other fun activities in our first month in the states which included a Kentucky Derby day at Emerald Downs race course, a trip to Taco Bell, a Seattle Sounders soccer game in front of a packed stadium, a successful completion of the sixty mile "Burke-Gilman," bike trail, a rainy day spent at Snoqualmie falls, dinner at the top of the famous Space Needle, Bear Creek Elementary activities like family bingo night ...
Our first stop was the Museum of Art and it was the last day of an exhibition of a local lady who has only one eye, very clever ...