Holiday Inn Express & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... 52 sets of male and female strangers, and gave them a set of 36 questions that range from simple... such as "Given the choice of anyone in the world,whom would you want as a dinner guest" to somebody's deepest wishes and relationship with their parents.
Justin and I are already in love with each other, we haven't killed each other on this month long road trip, so we didn't do the questionnaire with the intention of falling in love with each other, we were ...
... or vegetables...seems he was surprised that we said no. But we made it through in about 5 minutes, which is great! Now, back to the scenery...the road is a twisty, turny one. It would probably be great on a motorcycle,. At least that is what Ron keeps saying! We are in between two mountain ranges, following a river valley that is lush and green. Later that same day...we are trying to put a few more miles behind us by travelling on interstates ...
... time zone changes, weird times for eating, inconsistent bedtimes and busy, busy days. I am thankful for how well they have done. Right now as I write this it is almost 9PM and they are enjoying a jacuzzi tub before bed and talking about their morning riding lesson and how great it was. For every time we get tired, sick of being in the car, or cranky there are 20 more moments like right now that remind me why we are on this awesome adventure. ~Bethany Miles: ...
... the bushes.
We get "geeked" about the strangest things I guess.
Anyway, a nice, nice, peaceful visit to the Kennewick, Washington area.
Next stop, Spokane botanical gardens and the Grand Coulee Dam.
Steve and Kim
Passing through fields from Nebraska to Eastern Washington, we've seen remarkable change. Nebraska's deep green, flat fields of corn and soy gave way to an abundance of hay in Idaho, then as we climbed over the drier and drier hills of Eastern Oregon, dry sage and an occasional irrigated field punctuated the brown hills.
Arby struggled mightily. Not only did Joe have to constantly downshift ...