Ponderosa Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... to drop over the edge signaling the end of another day.
I'll be checking back with you in a few days, since we plan to head out for our belated trip south. We'll meet Lisa, our daughter, and her gang at the Grand Canyon in early April. From there on we'll travel southerly deeper into AZ with them and the two of us alone for a few weeks. What transpires, you know soon after we. Thanks for checking in...
... do was to finish; I guess just the big unknown of what exactly it would be like. And knowing how bad this could hurt! I took maybe two bites of my banana, which is crazy because usually I'll eat anything with nutella on it. I took the rest with me to eat on the way there with a peanut butter packet, but left 3/4 of it. I just couldn't eat. My stomach was in knots, and I kept saying "Oooohh, God" over and over, which Clark found hilarious. ...
... 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 ...