Apple Tree Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... In no time at all it seems, we are over the border and into Montana.
The Kootenai River
Our first real stop is a place called Kootenai Falls. It's a short hike to a very fast flowing and large river and some nice waterfalls. The hike is easy, and the only real workout is from a large set of stairs after crossing a bridge over some train tracks.
After a short walk, there is a split in the trail. One ...
... seat, she would move you name everyday 2-3 seats and for getting off the bus she had a bear or a moose depending on which country we were in (bears for US and moose Canada) on the window hanging down and that side would get off first. We traveled 345 miles to Spokane. We crossed the Columbia River and took some smoky pictures from the forest fires in Washington. We passed the Rock Island Dam on the Columbia River. We had lunch at McDonalds ...
Jon picked me up at 10:30pm and took me to the little nest he'd made for me in his basement. Gina was fast asleep as she'd been working long hours in their pizza restaurants. I never got to visit these last time, though Janet did, but Jon took me on a little tour of one which they've just spent a lot of effort and expense remodelling.
But most ...
... and Eldon hosted this band of crashers.
We arrived in Spokane on Monday, June 24th (or that's what someone told me so we'll go with
that) and somehow managed to catch Eldon & Susan off guard by our timing in spite of my asking Billy numerous times since he had called and either left messages or talked to them, if they were OK with putting all of us up at the same time! That's ...
... get the heck out of the area as soon as we can! why you ask? well let me just say that not one person that drives in Portland knows how to drive and the truck drivesr dont care about anyone on the road but themsleves. Next time i'm driving a tank and lets see who rules the road then! lol!
We make a few pitstops along the way ... not much to see on the I5 but concrete and traffic. we reach Salem and decide its a ...