The Odell House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Art Center on campus to view their collection of glass art by Washington's Dale Chihuly. Our second stop was at the home of Bing Crosby, who grew up in Spokane and attended Gonzaga for a few years.
From Gonzaga we crossed back to the other side of ...
... 8230; So Connie takes off to Kent & Cecelia’s about 3 miles from our home to take pictures of roses in Kent & Cec’s rose garden… at different times of the day in different light… I also took pictures of roses in my garden as well … and at different times of the day to capture the differences in the light … I kidded Kent that the water left spots on the foliage and that he needed ...
... was quite rocky and had lots of waterfalls, and again because the sun went down so late you could sit and look at the view for the whole of dinner.
The drive back through the countryside was just beautiful as well, and when we got back there was somebody putting on some fireworks beside the lake, which was quite a magical view, and a great way to end the night.
... the top we'd found we'd just crossed Steven's Pass and now we were headed down! At the bottom of the Pass the land opened up into fields of stone fruit (peaches, cherries, apricots, etc) backed by bare, dry hills. As the trees disappeared, we moved onto the plains. Around this time we came into Wenatchee, our agreed stop for lunch. We had a quick McD's and were back on the road for our afternoon stint. We started out with the ...
There were still a lot of people I wanted to see or spend more time with while I was back, but there are only so many hours in a day. I am glad I got to see all of the people I did, and I enjoyed all of your company. As for those of you who I didn’t get to see, you will have to come visit me down under, or wait for my next visit someday.
Thats the story of my trip to Spokane, or at least what I can remember of it...