BEST WESTERN PLUS Walla Walla Suites Inn
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Today, July 19 is the beginning of the fifth and final Lewis& Clark trip
We had a long travel day arriving in Spokane Washington and then driving for two hours to Dayton, Washington. We picked up the trail along part of the Snake rive a little west of the twin cities of Lewiston ID, and Clarkson Washington, our ending point last year.. We …
So far, mostly good. I can see that this TravelPod blog was shared on my As Seen By Susan Facebook page, but I also want it to go to my regular timeline if possible. I am going to try again. Please excuse the multiple posts as I figure this out. Your patience is appreciated. Here is a photo I took at last week's Food Truck Night. ...
... have missed. I also like how it posts a map of my trip. Pretty cool, huh? And it allows comments from you, the reader, which I really like. And apparently it allows you to "like" the page provided you are on Facebook. Finally, a plus for me is that I can order a hard copy of all my entries at the end of my trip to serve as a permanent journal. I did that with Facebook, and I LOVED it.
On the negative side, ...
We are officially underway. After leaving dear Tally with dear friends, neighbor Al and Pam Sievertson, we drove from Walla Walla to Seattle with an all important shopping stop at an outlet mall where in under 30 minutes Alex got shoes he needed, socks he needed, and a rain jacket he needed! Love a man who can shop with purpose and success. Once we ...
Phil has wanted to go to Costa Rica as long as I have known him. We thought seriously about it early in our marriage but then we welcomed Alex into our lives. Central America just slipped out of view. But after my sister, Deborah, spent part of a year living there and raved about the beauty of the country and her people, the idea re-framed in our focus. We decided to take this trip during spring ...