Ponderosa Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and watching us. She was cool, much bigger than deer and elk. We watched her for a while and took photos before continuing on. The snow got thicker the higher we went so before long we were in prime position for snow man making, so we did. Len taught us how to roll a snow ball, it was fun. I definitely wished I had remembered my gloves though, my hands got cold quickly. The results were ok, I couldn't find anything for eyes though so I just had to settle for arms. ...
... the huckleberry pie. “It got the better of you”, was her astute comment.
Don’t judge….that was some good pie and if you had some you might have found yourself in a food coma also.
We scored two nights of $20 campsites in the park, plus one just outside the park at a KOA. For those counting, through 13 nights that’s 11 nights camping and 2 nights in hotels. Holly says, "Way To Go Ronnie!" Ronnie ...
... fun and a lot of miles, and the journey continues. We have five more states and three more trips. On the ground we were greeted by dad who is the best airport transport you can find. Mom had dinner ready and waiting for us at home as well. They also retrieved our dear dog, Winter, from the kennel so she is already home waiting for us. Thanks for tagging alone. Till the next trip - Happy ...
... worse and worse. The bike course was not easy. It was two out-and-backs that you do twice. The first time through was pretty much excruciating, not for my legs, just for my head. I couldn't think about anything except how badly my head hurt and that was a tough way to go through 60 miles of a grind of a bike course. During the first part of my second loop, I stopped to refill water and take some ibuprofen. Within about 10 minutes of taking it I felt like a new person, back ...
... the simplification!)
We crossed the mighty Columbia River in a couple of places before entering Pasco. Unfortunately, it had started raining, so no pictures came out worth sending. After making a couple of stops in the Pasco area to find a part Bob wanted for the RV, we headed on toward Athol. At Spokane Valley, we spotted a Camping World store and were able to get the part. The transfer ...