Comfort Inn Spokane North
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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 ...
Last night was so stinkin hot and humid but during the night the wind came up and we had a few light showers, so we woke to a cool, overcast morning. We had breakfast at the same italian deli where we had dinner last night. Great coffee, breakfast sandwiches and scones. Yummy. After breakfast we drove the Draven's to Spokane so they could catch their flight home. It's weird saying good bye to people you've spent the last two weeks with but, work ...
... to be 'Christianity with its sleeves rolled up'. The image I got, which is a mix of Rosie the Riveter, a classic 1919 Salvo poster and William Booth's last speech - The "I'll Fight" Speech embodies all of these passions and drives.
Throughout all this Pete valiantly resisted the pressures of the various artists and people around saying "come on, it's only a tattoo" and didn't get anything painfully ...
... of May, and when we woke up, it was snowing! They say it ALWAYS snows this time of the year. I don't think i'd want to live here.
We had planned on going into Yellowstone Park (both of us had been there before, but were looking forward to showing each other our fave parts of the park), but i was still so sick, we had to just head on DOWN to a lower altitude! So we unfortunately had to bypass Yellowstone, and we headed towards the Little Big Horn. ...