BEST WESTERN PLUS Peppertree Airport Inn
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- The drive was 172.6 miles and we filled up the tank with 7.8 gallons of gasoline for $31.98
- We arrived at at 1:00pm in the afternoon
- We changed the ice for $4. bought $15 dollars in snacks.
- And then we drove on.
... is easy to overlook the simple fact that the highway system is a relatively new development and that it was not the road system that opened the country. After an initial flood of migrants west on the overland wagon trails, it was the early and dramatic expansion of the railways, and the expansion of the navigable rivers with a system of canals, that carried the burden of uniting and developing a new nation. Americans roads were so poor that in ...
... scheme, and was sorry I didn't get a picture of it. Coming in, we had a great view of some of the monuments, boats on the Potomac and people enjoying the July 4 festivities on this gorgeous day. Can't beat the patriotic bonus of going through both Philly and DC on Independence Day! We zipped into the United Lounge for quick snacks and recharge, but they closed at 5 pm.
By this time, even with a little sleep, our bodies were pretty confused. We were past ...
... to press on to Spokane.
We drove on Hwy 287, back roads. There are lots of ranches. Susan is singing God Bless America.
We pass the town of Enis where a sign says Enis population 840 and 11,000,000 trout. All things were about fishing through this area. We came to an area of vastness and beauty. I made a picture to show the depth of scenery. The green irrigated fields, the higher brown pastures, the rolling hills and snow ...
... though. Like the grizzly bear info talk which was about two bears that were rescued as cubs ten years ago and have been brought up in the park which has been especially modeled to be like their natural environment. They were the most beautiful creatures, playing together and romping around in the snow. One of the cubs was rescued from the coast and the other from inland and there is a huge difference in their size and weight even ...