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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of them. I am blessed that I have people in my life who would take time out of their schedule to spend with me. I value that so much (I'm pretty certain quality time is one of my love languages) When one is away out of the country for so many years, these face to face meetings are treasured.
I had the privilege to spend the last couple of days in Spokane with some dear friends, Kristi, Buddy and their girls. It was a ...
... had flown by just purely because every stop or every hour or so the landscape would change or we would see 'American stuff’ by the road to keep us entertained. By this I’m talking about small ‘Western looking’ towns, gas stations and the large road signs which are often amusing as the more local based ones clearly have been done by someone’s uncle like takeaway menus in England.
We reached Montana and our stop ...
... the car serviced (it was due 1000 miles ago!!), key replaced, and to do some laundry. We decided to drive north out of West Yellowstone vs driving north through Mammoth Springs again. This way, we'd avoid the road construction delays we’d been ensnared in a couple of times. This route took us along the Gallatin River, quite beautiful scenery!
Once D’s cellphone had service, we called ahead to the ...
... to arrive. We departed Calgary promptly at 9:00 am and made our way to the U.S. border crossing after stopping in Claresholm, AB for a quick bite for breakfast. Joey put on some new Gary Numan tracks (from Splinter) and we rocked the heck out. I got so excited I was fighting back tears. (This is what happens when I get really excited. I bawled for a moment after I met Walter Koenig, so I really need to get a grip and make sure that doesn't happen when ...
... had a close encounter with a grizzly bear in Glacier. As they were fixing dinner on their camp stoves one night, Bryant looked over and saw a bear at their campsite about 20 feet away sniffing the air. The group moved away from their food and gathered their bear spray. Luckily the bear sniffed the air a couple times and then left the area. Must not have thought dehydrated meals were ...