The Roosevelt Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Onwards north to Spokane Washington on Sunday and spent the night in Camper World parking lot. On Monday the roof air was replaced and I purchased a surge protector and a new sewer hose. We left the RV there in the morning and drove into downtown Spokane and visited River Park, home of the 1974 World Expo. We took the sky ride over the falls, which was short but provided quite the view. ...
... oil. Not a drop could been seen. We started filling, and filling, and filling. Finally we saw the oil level rising. We started up the rover and drove away. Steering problem solved 100%! Love easy problems to repair! By 3:00 we were through the border. God, I love this country! Canada is nice, but it is nothing like being in the USA! We made it to Ellensburg, Washington for the night at 9:30. Tomorrow, Friday, we'll head for Bozeman, Montana as our gateway to ...
... mad dash to the trees, plopped down and was rewarded with the "first one to pee on the side of the road" reward. Once Matt, the manly man he is, finished the tire, we drove it into Spokane to fill the spare up with air. Eventually we made it to Couer d'Alene, ID and had some fabulous burgers from Hudson's Burger Joint down by the water. It was definitely an adventure to get to the joint because the main road was closed due to ...
... and enjoying the moment. I know it would have taken a lot more for me to quit, but there was no way I was doing that all over again with that headache. It had gotten to the point that I was getting nauseous. Sometime during the second loop the sun was completely covered by clouds, not to be seen again that day. What a gift!
I knew that the bike portion would be the most challenging part for me. I never felt worn out or like my heart rate was extremely high or anything, and ...
... Mom is hungry. We stop at a McDonald's but cannot find a park on short notice so we stopped at a highway pull-out, set up the lawn chairs and ate our fast food - both felt bloated afterwards. Don't plan on eating too much of that on this trip! But as mom says - it's like insulin to her body - being diabetic - her sugars get low and she needs food now!
My plan was to start travelling each day at 10:00 and end at 4:00 - ...