BEST WESTERN PLUS Peppertree Liberty Lake Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The Swinging Bridge
This trail was a bit longer with a few more ups and downs. Eventually we got to the swinging bridge and it was basically a slim wooden bridge that traversed the water about 50ft or so above. It was supported by lots of rope and steel cables so it looked pretty sturdy.
For the record, they only recommend a couple of people at a time on it. Two adults and a kid or two seemed fine. In ...
... projects that will cause delays… And the contractor who runs the Hotels and RV Parks in Yellowstone have signed a new 20 year contract… it requires upgrades to lots of the facilities that visitors use… And it’s said that 28,000 room nights will not be available over the next 2 years… for those upgrades… That means that those people who’d normally spend at night ...
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 ...
... trees, forest managements, forest fires, etc. Dad and I both love the forests and mountains, and I think our shared interest in these two things made this trip particularly interesting for us both.
We passed by a spectacular luxury ranch resort oddly named Paws Up. You should check out the photos on their website to get a glimpse not only of the place, but also of the scenery we were passing through.
We picked ...