Apple Tree Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... many stories, if any to share as my single goal was to get from Grants Pass OR to Spokane WA to my friends home in under 12 hours. I made it in 11 hours with only a few necessary stops. Of course one rest stop I needed to stretch my legs and walk around. I let Amelia get some fresh air as well and enjoy some of the play equipment as you can see in the pictures below. ...
... straight roads here.
All in all, it was a long day. Oh, the sun was out earlier when we hit this side of the Cascades and it’s been mid 70’s. Checked into a hotel in Spokane about 9:30. We went across the street for a beer and emerged into a thunder storm. Oh well, we have beer!
Tomorrow, we are off to find a hotel somewhere just North of Jellystone Park. Bye for ...
... then went to Cowachin and had a further bite to eat at Tim Horton's, then drove on the road that leads to Port Renfrew. Along the way we saw great sights, the lake being a feature:
Logging we saw in abundance. The climate and terrain suits this industry, obviously, so you get sights like this occasionally...
Mike kept looking for a sign relating to ...
... on to Detroit. Connections in Minneapolis were uneventful. Once we arrived in Detroit we fetched our rental car, a white Dodge Journey, and set off for downtown Detroit. The GPS was pretty good at getting us to our hotel at the GM Renaissance Center. We wandered around in the circle of the RenCen and finally found an Italian restaurant to get some dinner. Our table looked out across the Detroit river to Windsor, Ontario, Canada. After dinner we wandered in the ...
... start all at once and make a beeline for the same buoy. I am so glad they changed the swim start. It made it much easier to find my rhythm, and I never felt like I was being swum over by a bunch of people. In fact, I found that I was having to swim around a lot of people. I felt really, really good! It was a two loop swim, and when I finished the first in around 34 minutes, I was psyched. I tried to be a little more aggressive on the second loop. I swam that one a bit slower, ...