BEST WESTERN PLUS Peppertree Liberty Lake Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as well as the Badlands. So we didn't plan to stop and sight see much on this leg of the trip. Besides, we'd been through this area four weeks ago when we traveled up to Calgary, CA - went through Kennewick, to Lewiston, to Cour de'Alane, Bonners Ferry, Cranbrook, CA, then on to Calgary.
For this trip, we came north to Spokane, where we'll catch I-90 and head ...
... time watching several grizzly bears work on a dead bison… during that time we watched for 3 days as the bears, wolves, and other animals that prey on dead animals worked over the carcass… We just have too much snow to get into the high country on this trip… hopefully on our next trip we’ll catch up on those animals we’ve missed…
Thursday is our last day in the ...
We had an early flight. Good that we will be home early afternoon to begin laundry, grocery shopping and other tasks that need to be completed for the upcoming week. Bad that we had to be up and ready to head to the airport by 6:30am Boston time, 3:30am Spokane time. We will be tired after we arrive home when we are supposed to be getting stuff done. Oh well, we will make it work and it had ...
1,100 miles, 9 nights, 8 days, 5 states, 3 dinners with friends, 1 breakfast with friends, and a few hundred photos (thank goodness for digital). Today we started early returning our rental car and catching our non-stop flight to Spokane. Everything went smooth and we arrived into Spokane on time. Now we are home. 7 days of mail to sort, 6 loads of dirty laundry to wash, 1 trip to the grocery store. The location has changed but the adventure ...
... 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 ...